Get your first look at the Ponce City Market on October 1st at Party at Ponce, the ultimate kick off party for Atlanta’s next premiere shopping and dining destination.
The former Sears, Roebuck and Co. distribution center (also known as City Hall East) is being transformed with local and national retailers, restaurants, apartment buildings and offices. The two million square-foot structure is located on Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast at the crossroads of the Midtown, Virginia Highland, Poncey Highland and Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods, along the Atlanta Beltline corridor.
Headlining Party at Ponce will be musical performances by The Indigo Girls, Shawn Mullins and Francine Reed.
Be sure to bring your appetite — the biggest names in Atlanta’s dining scene will be offering savory bites including Kevin Rathbun of Rathbun’s, Anne Quatrano of Bacchanalia, Linton Hopkins of Restaurant Eugene, Shaun Doty of Yeah! Burger, Jay Swift of 4th and Swift, Hugh Acheson of Empire State South, Ford Fry of JCT Kitchen, Duane Nutter of One Flew South, Brian Jones of the Ritz-Carlton Atlanta and Joe Truex of Watershed. And if you’re still hungry, Atlanta’s popular food trucks will serve their signature dishes.
Guests at Party at Ponce will have an exclusive opportunity to take a tour of the future Ponce City Market. Ticket holders who can’t wait until October 1st will have the chance to tour the building from September 22nd to 25th. Signing up for the tours is on a first-come, first-served basis, and may be done when you purchase tickets.
In addition to benefiting the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Georgia Organics, Party at Ponce will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Green Street Properties, the company developing Ponce City Market. Green Street’s projects have included Chelsea Market in New York City and White Provision in Atlanta’s Westside Provisions District.
Tickets to Party at Ponce cost $90 per person and may be purchased online. When you purchase your ticket you will have the option of reserving your tour time.
The development of Ponce City Market is expected to be complete in early 2014.