Home-Run Legends, Iconic Retailers, and You.
Atlantans know well the can’t-miss building in the Old Fourth Ward that houses The Flats at Ponce City Market. Generations flocked to this nine-story warehouse and showroom that was once packed with tools, clothes and housewares. The South’s train-stop headquarters with thousands of square feet for Sears, Roebuck & Co. overlooked what was once the grandstands and baseball diamond for the home-run hitting Atlanta Crackers, predecessor to our Atlanta Braves.
At the heart of Ponce City Market is the marketplace itself, nearly 280,000 square-feet of flexible space to gather, eat and shop. In the Central Food Hall, the vision is for artisanal chefs and local producers to fill an authentic market that’s as vital to Atlanta as Pike Place Market is to Seattle—but with the design, food and flavors of Atlanta.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation recognizes Ponce City Market as “History in the making,” recognizing the project as part of a plan “to move Atlanta forward while maintaining and emphasizing the city’s unique history and culture.”
Ponce City Market
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of the Flats at Ponce City Market will be just a few steps or an elevator ride from workplaces, shopping, and the cafes of the Central Food Hall. Whether in the east wing or west wing, you’ll be part of the new Ponce. Already at PCM, you can join a BeltLine aerobics class or bicycle meet-up and grab a morning coffee from Dancing Goats.