Ponce City Market is a mixed-use development located in a former Sears catalogue facility in Atlanta, with national and local retail anchors, restaurants, a food hall, boutiques and offices, and residential units. It is located adjacent to the intersection of the BeltLine with Ponce de Leon Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward near Virginia Highland, Poncey-Highland and Midtown neighborhoods. The 2.1-million-square-foot (200,000 m2) building, one of the largest by volume in the Southeast United States, was used by Sears, Roebuck and Co. from 1926–1987 and later by the City of Atlanta as "City Hall East". The building's lot covers 16 acres (65,000 m2). Ponce City Market officially opened on August 25, 2014. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.For Ponce City Market and beyond, use our Atlanta trip builder website to get the most from your Atlanta vacation.
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We visited the rooftop on a Monday evening with our kids and it was one of the most memorable things we did in Atlanta. They loved playing mini golf and the other boardwalk games. They spent hours...
We visited the rooftop on a Monday evening with our kids and it was one of the most memorable things we did in Atlanta. They loved playing mini golf and the other boardwalk games. They spent hours... more »
This is a place where you can get a little bit of different things: stores, food, sweets, and access to the beltline. The options offer a great variety: italian, mexican, indian, asian and others. A.... more
This is a place where you can get a little bit of different things: stores, food, sweets, and access to the beltline. The options offer a great variety: italian, mexican, indian, asian and others. A.... more »
This market has some amazing food spots. It has every cuisine and prices are decent. Parking is in the garage and very hard to find during weekends. Pro-tip- follow someone who is leaving and take their spot. That’s the only way you could possible get one. Love the rooftop, and the activities. Great for family and friends as there is a lots of area to eat and relax.
This is adult life at it’s finest! We had a blast and experienced a lot. We made reservations at 9 Mile Station for brunch at 12 but ended up exploring the facilities and spent half the day! There was art, music, a live band, variety of foods and dessert! The 9 Mile Station was nice and very fancy but the food was very small portions and tasted good but wasn’t hearty at all. I ordered the shrimp and grits and it was only four spoonfuls of grits and four shrimp. It was very delicious but it was a sample, not a meal! The other bars and restaurants have larger portions with burgers and fries etc
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