Address

675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308

Hours


Contact Info

(404) 900-7900


Located at the nexus of Atlanta’s most established neighborhoods, Ponce City Market is the latest incarnation of a long legacy of community-centered built environments along this iconic stretch of Ponce de Leon Avenue. The National Trust for Historic Preservation recognizes Ponce City Market as “History in the Making,” and part of a plan “to move Atlanta forward while maintaining and emphasizing the city’s unique history and culture.” From ground-floor retail and restaurants, to the Flats’ amenity-rich residences, to creative office space, to an amusement park on the Roof, Ponce City Market is the culmination of its history. Located in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood along the Atlanta BeltLine, across from Historic Fourth Ward Park, and walking or pedaling distance from Virginia-Highland, Poncey-Highland, and Midtown, PCM is a hub for residents, neighbors, and visitors to gather, work, and play.

Yelp Reviews

4 stars

Love love love this marketplace. They offer such a variety of food from Mexican, Indian, Korean, etc. There is a whole rooftop bar with like a mini carnival... Read Full Review

Great little outdoor mall with all the basic stores you may want plus some unique eateries. Plus it's right up on the Beltline (old railroad paved over for... Read Full Review

Ponce City Market is one of my absolute favorite places in the city! It is an open air mixed use space that is a combination of retail, food hall and office... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5 stars Based on 932 traveler reviews

Nice looking food court/retail shopping area with reasonable variety

Mostly a giant food court with a pretty good variety of restaurants. Usual pricey artisan choices with a yuppy-like vibe with a few retail stores here and there. It's a good place to people watch and... Read Full Review

Stayed longer than we planned

We went and expected to stay an hour or two. We arrived when they opened meandered through the shops. For lunch we circled a couple of times trying to decide where to eat. We ended up eating at El... Read Full Review

Nice visit if you want to eat

Visited as this was on the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail. The market was confusing to me in its layout. If you're coming to eat or drink you'll probably like it. The shops were unique, but nothing... Read Full Review

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