Atlanta development pays homage to its multidimensional past

January 04, 2012

The 2.1-million-sf Ponce City Market in Atlanta is under construction with plans to reopen in 2014. Formerly City Hall East, and the Sears Roebuck & Co. distribution center before that, the building was purchased by Jamestown Properties and Green Street Properties with plans to open retail space, restaurants, offices, condos, and apartments in the historical adaptive reuse development. The $180 million project, led by Gay Construction (contractor) and Surber Barber Choate & Hertlein (architect), will pay homage to the history of the building through restoration of the original structure while providing moden retail, dining, office, and residential spaces.

         
 

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