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Connected, Eclectic, and Green.

The Flats at Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Georgia is part of one of the highest energy, most colorful and best-designed apartment communities in the South. Our historic stretch of Ponce de Leon and North Avenues is directly on the Atlanta BeltLine, overlooks the Historic Fourth Ward Park, and is a major part of the redevelopment movement at the heart of the city’s most established neighborhood.
Now available to move in, the Flats apartments are within 2 miles of Georgia Tech, Emory, Georgia State and Savannah College of Art and Design.

Central Food Hall at PCM

At the heart of Ponce City Market, the central Food Hall is becoming the most vibrant food hall and market in the Southeast. James Beard Award-winning chefs the likes of Anne Quatrano, Linton Hopkins and Sean Brock join Atlanta’s most exciting young purveyors and restauranteurs to offer everything from Georgia and Carolinas-caught seafood, to classic burgers, cold-pressed juice, and locally-made kimchee and Korean steamed buns.

Al Fresco Inspiration from Art on the Atlanta Beltline.
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The glow of the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade.
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Wine, music & culinary arts at City Winery.
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Bocce courts, trails, and a three-acre(!) dog run at Piedmont Park.
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Afternoon strolls and rides through Virginia Highland and Inman Park

Our Favorite
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Parks & Atlanta Beltline

The Atlanta BeltLine is one of the largest urban redevelopment and mobility projects underway in the United States, and travels right outside of The Flats at Ponce City Market. Get to work in the fresh air—or take a short walk or ride to Midtown, Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park restaurants, festivals and picnic spots, kickball games, and yoga studios. Go solo, bring your pup, or meet up with a running or cycling club. From our Atlanta flats, residents will find plenty of things to do on the BeltLine.

An amazingly smart re-use of the city’s former rail corridor, the Atlanta BeltLine connects to a series parks, and is essentially one long park itself. Even better, the BeltLine will eventually span 33 multi-use miles.

Old Fourth Ward

is our home, and we love the diversity. Young creative pros add to the energy here--a renaissance of art, loft living and studios, revitalized parks, and local shops, along with major retailers like Whole Foods and Home Depot.

Virginia-Highland

and Morningside are within easy walking distance to the north of your apartment, with leafy streetscapes leading to schools and offices, boutique shopping, and tasty cafe stops.

Midtown

Pedal or walk the Atlanta BeltLine to Midtown in minutes to offices on stylish Peachtree Street, or find green serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Also home to the High Museum of Art and legendary Fox Theatre.

Poncey-Highland

Poncey-Highland connects Midtown and Virginia-Highland and provides a perfect blend of both these distinct neighborhoods. Manuel’s Tavern is a presidential favorite and Atlanta’s quintessential neighborhood bar.

Inman Park

The Atlanta BeltLine winds through re-purposed warehouses and new apartment buildings and retail on the way to the grand trees and even grander homes built since the 1880s in Inman Park and Poncey-Highland. Other nearby draws include the (Jimmy) Carter Center and springtime’s best street party at the Inman Park Festival.

Druid Hills

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Candler Park

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Meet the Neighbors

The FLATS at Ponce City Market are in the mix of Atlanta’s most character-rich neighborhoods.

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Old Fourth Ward
is our home, and we love the diversity. Young creative pros add to the energy here--a renaissance of art, loft living and studios, revitalized parks, and local shops, along with major retailers like Whole Foods and Home Depot.
Virginia-Highland

and Morningside are within easy walking distance to the north of your apartment, with leafy streetscapes leading to schools and offices, boutique shopping, and tasty cafe stops.

Midtown

Pedal or walk the Atlanta BeltLine to Midtown in minutes to offices on stylish Peachtree Street, or find green serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Also home to the High Museum of Art and legendary Fox Theatre.

Poncey-Highland

Poncey-Highland connects Midtown and Virginia-Highland and provides a perfect blend of both these distinct neighborhoods. Manuel’s Tavern is a presidential favorite and Atlanta’s quintessential neighborhood bar.

Inman Park

The Atlanta BeltLine winds through re-purposed warehouses and new apartment buildings and retail on the way to the grand trees and even grander homes built since the 1880s in Inman Park and Poncey-Highland. Other nearby draws include the (Jimmy) Carter Center and springtime’s best street party at the Inman Park Festival.

Druid Hills

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Candler Park

Among the historic houses and bungalows of Druid Hills and Candler Park are pedestrian-friendly parks and golf greens, Emory University, and the huge(!) dinosaur sculptures at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

At the Center of the Highest-Energy, Most Colorful, and Best-Designed Community Resurgence in the City.