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, one, two and three bedroom flats. Our Ponce rentals are a significant cut above any hotel or competing luxury rental. All of our rentals are custom-furnished so every home is unique. 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. Expansive glass windows showcase the beauty of the Old Fourth Ward.
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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.
Ponce City Market Stops for the Sweet Tooth
The beauty of a stay in or around Ponce City Market is the versatility you can experience when it comes to cuisine. For those traveling through town with a sweet tooth, Ponce City Market is a hub of everything sugary and sensational to be discovered. While you’re here, be sure to check out the Collier Candy Company. A blast from the past, this old-fashioned candy shop will have you feeling like a kid again in no time. Feel free to browse the floor to ceiling shelves stocked high with sugary delights. With everything on hand from dots to colorful spiraled suckers, the hardest decision will be deciding which candy to leave behind!
An equally delicious (if not harder to spot) locale is the King of Pops Bar & Good Grub kiosk. This specialty stand serves guests a variety of menu items alongside creative cocktails and of course, popsicles. While it may seem like an interesting mix, this kiosk is highly popular and a taste of one of their famous popsicles will answer the question as to why.
If you’re in the mood for a healthier, yet equally delicious treat, try one of the tasty smoothies at the Lucky Lotus. This juice bar will keep your body energized while satisfying your craving for flavor. Made with all-natural ingredients, this establishment also serves up vegan meals and energy shots upon request.
Soothing Stops Near Ponce City Market
When the excitement of discovering Ponce City Market leaves you needing a way to let go of some stress, there are a number of establishments that cater to the fine art of relaxation and stress-relief. Heavenly Foot Massage on Ponce de Leon Avenue NE provides guests with a variety of therapeutic services that tend to the neck, feet, shoulders and legs. Peaceful and comfortable, this locale is known for a friendly and welcoming staff who are happy to walk you through the many stress-relieving options available.
Perhaps it’s not a single session but a day of fun and relaxation you’re craving. If this is the case, make sure to book a place with Pop the Cork Wine Tours. With headquarters located conveniently on Peachtree Street NE, this family-owned company offers guests comprehensive wine tasting tours. Personable and informative staff keep the information coming as you make your way through some of Georgia’s most renowned vineyards and enjoy the fare in style.
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.
Don’t-miss nearby 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 the 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 and you can view the gravesite.