Our Ponce City Market rentals are the perfect way to get up close and personal with Atlanta history. Our Ponce City flats are located in the beautifully restored former hub of the Sears, Roebuck & Co. building located in the Old Fourth Ward. You can admire the Atlanta skyline from the rooftop, which features a beer garden, amusement park and full-service restaurant.
We offer studios and one, two and three bedroom flats. Our Ponce rentals are a huge cut above any hotel or other luxury rental. All our rentals are custom-furnished so no home is the same. They also offer full-service kitchens and spacious bathrooms with Molton Brown toiletries.
Our homes preserve this historic building’s beauty. The brick walls are left bare and the concrete floors have been sealed and stained. Huge glass windows showcase the beauty of the Old Fourth Ward.
Ponce City Market Has Everything You Need in One Building
The centerpiece of this beautiful building is the Central Food Hall on the ground floor. From locally caught seafood, to juicy burgers to cold-pressed juices, this hall has it all. It even hosts James Beard Award-winning chefs Anne Quatrano, Linton Hopkins and Sean Brock. It’s a great way to get to know Atlanta cuisine and support local restaurateurs.
There’s also a farmer’s market where you can shop for the freshest fruits and vegetables and taste the best locally made foods Atlanta has to offer. Check the market’s website for a listing of events. There are even free barre classes at the farmer’s market during your stay in at one of our flats at Ponce City Market.
Great Dining and Outdoor Activities Near Our Ponce City Market Rentals
Enjoy a walk in the Historic Fourth Ward park. Right along the Atlanta Belt Line, this renovated park now includes lawns, a playground, a splashpad, an outdoor theater and a two-acre lake.
Nearby don’t-miss restaurants such as Two Urban Licks, which features great cocktails and live jazz, and Mary Mac’s Tea Room. Mary Mac’s celebrates southern cuisine at its finest. Think shrimp and grits, tomato pie and asparagus souffle.
When the farmer’s market isn’t happening, Whole Foods is right across the street for all your grocery needs and late-night snacks.
Just 10 minutes away by car is Martin Luther King, Jr. National Park. King was raised in the Old Fourth Ward, and you can tour his birth home here. He and wife Coretta Scott King were buried here, too, and you can view the gravesite.