The fences are down and the some of the first tenants are opening at Ponce City Market in Atlanta, as 11Alive reports. (I’d embed the video, but you all would kill me, because it starts automatically at launch).
As the site’s news page states…
So you can walk hard-hat free around the property, shop Binders (who quietly opened their doors last week in our construction site!) take classes at General Assembly and drop your kids at Suzuki School in addition to grabbing your daily cup of coffee from Dancing Goats. Because they’re all open or opening in the next three weeks!
“Well, that’s all well and good” you say, “but what’s up next”? Well…
…we’re already looking ahead and our team is working tirelessly to deliver the next batch of tiered openings and lease announcements in the coming months. First you’ll see announcements about more food hall purveyors and retailers in the big brick building as well as the BeltLine rail shed…then more office folks move in before end of year. In spring of next year there will be a big wave of restaurants and the Central Food Hall will open its doors to the public along with the BeltLine bridge connection, the BeltLine rail shed and some retail followed by more retail throughout the rest of 2015 and lastly, the Roof at Ponce City Market.
And if you’re ever in Midtown next year and need a little taste of West Ponce, drive over to PCM and swing by Dancing Goats and then take in a little Chai Pani in the food court.
Photo are rendering courtesy of Ponce City Market website