One of intown Atlanta’s newest developments, Ponce City Market, recently announced the first 13 retailers that will call the historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. building home. The selected retailers will allow Ponce City Market to introduce several new companies to the Atlanta market, and the stores will begin opening in spring 2015.
Retailers confirmed for Ponce City Market include The Frye Company, Madewell, Anthropologie, The Jean Machine, Oakleaf & Acorn, Williams-Sonoma Home, West Elm, Mountain High Outfitters, Rejuvenation, Goorin Bros. Hat Shop, J. Crew, Michael Stars and Lou Lou Accessories.
In addition to these retailers, the Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market is also expected to open this spring. The dining establishments will include H&F Burger, Bellina, Bread Box, Farm to Ladle, Dub’s Fish Camp, Juice Box, Strippaggio, Simply Seoul Kitchen, Jia, Honeysuckle Gelato, Minero and Indian Streetfood by Chai Pani.
Visitors can already enjoy a few open establishments at the development, including Binders, an art supply store, Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, Ponce Gallery and a variety of business offices.
Home buyers searching for an intown location that offers walkability to Ponce City Market will fall in love with The Water Tower Stacks, a new community in the Old Fourth Ward from Epic Development. Featuring eight attached and two detached four-story units, the luxury townhomes at The Water Tower Stacks will offer four floors of living space, including a unique rooftop space that affords incredible views of downtown Atlanta. Priced from the $500,000s through the $700,000s, these townhomes will include open living areas, optional private elevators, hardwood floors, modern kitchens and baths and high-quality appliances throughout 2,000 to 3,400 square feet of living space.
Located at the edge of Old Water Tower Park, The Water Tower Stacks is also within walking distance of the Eastside Beltline Trail, Krog Street Market and Historic Fourth Ward Park.