Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is a historic mixed-use community hub focused on artisanal food, fashion, residential lofts and tech office. Ponce City Market combines 259 residential flats with approximately 550,000 square feet of Class-A loft office space and 300,000 square feet of retail and restaurants including Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, Binders Art Supplies, Suzuki School and General Assembly as well as a Central Food Hall. The Central Food Hall features Anne Quatrano’s, Dub’s Fish Camp, Botiwalla, an Indian street food eatery by the owners of Chai Pani and Linton Hopkins’ H&F Burger, among others. National anchor retail tenants include The Frye Company, J.Crewand West Elm. The evolution of Ponce City Market focuses on preserving the building’s historic character and enhancing its connection to the surrounding community. Ponce City Market also boasts a pedestrian bridge which links the interior courtyard and public market directly to Atlanta’s popular BeltLine. For tours and more information, go to


Kicking off during Halloween weekend, Ponce City Market is hosting a free and open-to-the-public pop-up gallery that will showcase the best of Atlanta’s contemporary art scene. The space will feature works from ten of the city’s top art galleries and will take up residence throughout the holidays on Ponce City Market’s second floor in the Central Food Hall. A flagship exhibit will include a photography show with portraits of James Beard Award-winning and nominated chefs and mixologists from around the Southeast. Each photographed by Erik Tanner, a Brooklyn-based, world-renowned photographer, talent includes Hugh Acheson, Greg Best, Sean Brock, Ford Fry, Anne Quatrano, Kevin Gillespie, Asha Gomez, Linton Hopkins, Meherwan Irani, Miles MacQuarrie, Hector Santiago, and Steven Satterfield.