Ponce City Market is about to undergo a 5,000-square-foot transformation.
With things looking promising for Atlanta’s Ponce City Market, a new expansion of its central food hall is about to open to the public, just in time for Summer.
The space will offer a greater selection of food offerings as part of planned new development all around the landmark property.
They’re calling it their new wing and the 5,o00-square-foot space is on track to open early this summer. The new space is taking over the former Onward Reserve space, and a leasing office near the freight elevator for The Roof entertainment zone.
The new wing will house six restaurants and retail shops, plus communal seating throughout, according to the press release.
Additional businesses are expected to be announced once confirmed, but the first three are: Nani’s Rotisserie Chicken, a third Atlanta location of VIỆTVANA Phở Noodle House (with others in Avondale Estates and Midtown), and JJ’s Flower Shop.
It will reportedly mirror the design of the main Central Food Hall with polished concrete floors, red accents, and elements honoring the character of the existing historic building. We’re so excited, PCM!
We promise keep you posted on the official opening date, but it’s planned to make its debut in the early summer.