At the heart of Ponce City Market, the Central Food Hall is becoming the most vibrant food hall and market in the Southeast. (poncecitymarket.com)

Similar to the legendary food hall at Chelsea Market in Manhattan also owned by the developers of Ponce City Market the Central Food Hall is a culinary gathering place within a revamped historic space, but with the distinct character and flavors of Atlanta. (poncecitymarket.com)

The cuisine and happenings in the Central Food Hall are located just steps away from adjoining parks and neighborhoods, the Atlanta BeltLine, and the offices and Flats apartments in the upper floors of Ponce City Market. (poncecitymarket.com)

The first brick-and-mortar location introduces new products including gelato shakes, sandwiches, and more. “Honest, clean” deep fried chicken from James Beard Award-winning Chef Linton Hopkins is served with biscuits and sides in the space adjacent to H&F Burger in the Central Food Hall. (poncecitymarket.com)

Similar to the legendary food hall at Chelsea Market in Manhattan also owned by the developers of Ponce City Market the Central Food Hall is a culinary gathering place within a revamped historic space, but with the distinct character and flavors of Atlanta. (poncecitymarket.com)

H&F Burger hfburger.com/ponce-city-market H&F Burger by James Beard Award-winning Chef Linton Hopkins highlights Hopkins’s famous burger. (poncecitymarket.com)

Ponce City Market apartments The Flats at Ponce City Market offer residents a chance to live in a nearly century-old warehouse , with all the character and unusual views and angles that entails. (ajc.com)

Jamestown, which also invested in the redevelopment of the White Provision retail and restaurant complex in West Midtown , bankrolled the 180-million-dollar plans by developer Green Street Properties to convert it into a mixed-use development In a July 2011 interview, Michael Phillips, managing director of Jamestown, said that Jamestown is focused on Ponce City Market becoming the fourth nationally relevant food hall in the U.S., alongside Pike Place in Seattle , the Ferry Building in San Francisco , and Jamestown’s own Chelsea Market in New York City . (en.wikipedia.org)

Owner Jamestown Properties is apparently working to assist shops and food stalls at Ponce City Market with setting up contact-free payment and mobile ordering options for customers to use. (atlanta.eater.com)

In 2018, Ponce City Market was named Office Building of the Year by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Address: 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 Building Details: More than 1,158,800 million square feet Approximately 550,000 square feet of Class A loft office space Approximately 300,000 square feet of retail and restaurants 259 residential units 9 floors Sustainability: Ponce City Market was awarded LEED Gold certification through the U.S. Green Building Council under three different ratings systems: LEED Core and Shell, LEED BD + C for Homes, and LEED for Commercial Interiors for the Jamestown corporate headquarters. (jamestownlp.com)

With outdoor dining growing ever-popular in the age of COVID-19, Ponce City Market (PCM) is taking advantage of its large outdoor areas with the launch of “PCM Goes Inside Out.” The event series takes place every other Saturday through December 12, 2020, in the Old Fourth Ward development, at 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE. (whatnowatlanta.com)

See All Events Located IN THE HEART OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA on the top floor of Ponce City Market, 9 Mile Station is a sleek indoor-outdoor space offering sweeping unobstructed views of Atlanta’s skylines spanning from Buckhead to Downtown. 9 Mile Station serves craft beers from near and far, classically-prepared cocktails, and delicious, shareable food. (9milestation.com)

View More Ponce City Market Take the trail to Ponce City Market, home to a number of famous chef-owned restaurants, quick service fare and a mixture of both national and local retail options. (atlanta.net)

Ponce City Market Clocking in at a whopping 2.1 million square feet, this is the Southeast’s largest brick structure, and is home to big retailers, local boutiques, gyms, and more than 20 eclectic restaurants and food stalls (including four by James Beard Award-winning chefs). (cntraveler.com)

The soul of Ponce City Market is in the Central Food Hall, which is along the same lines as Manhattan’s Chelsea Market for its globetrotting jumble of grab-and -go food stalls, sit-down restaurants and market vendors specialising in cheese, fresh bread, spices and fish. (thecrazytourist.com)

Or head to Ponce City Market every Thursday evening for a free high intensity class held outdoors at the SHED. (atlantafoodwalks.com)

Take in panoramic views at Skyline Park Make sure to take the elevator up to this mini amusement park on Ponce City Market’s roof before sunset—this spot is meant to be enjoyed during both day and night. (atlantamagazine.com)