Progress on the redevelopment of the former Sears & Roebuck building into Ponce City Market continues both inside and out, although a few delays have cropped up along the way.
The Central Food Hall is behind schedule, but restaurants and stalls should begin opening in August. The latest addition to the hall will be The Mercury, a cocktail-focused, classic American eatery inspired by the culture of the 1960’s, will open on the second floor later this year with direct access to the Atlanta BeltLine. The Mercury is the latest concept from the team behind The Pinewood in Decatur.
Also coming soon to the Food Hall: H&F Burger; gourmet Italian from Bellina; Indian street food from Boti; Dub’s Fish Camp; Farm to Ladle; Honeysuckle Gelato; Jia, Authentic Szechuan; Juice Box; Simply Seoul Kitchen; Mexican concept Minero; Guy Wong’s new Japanese concept, Ton Ton; and Spiller Coffee.
On the business and retail side, a number of new companies will be taking up occupancy in the coming months. Industrious, a collaborative workspace for entrepreneurs, will be moving into the mixed-use development later this year. The company will have 27,981 square feet on the 8th floor. Industrious joins Mailchimp, Athenahealth and Cardlytics as key business tenants.
Retailers coming soon: Q Clothier, men’s apparel; Rye 51, men’s apparel and whiskey bar; Lily Rain, women’s apparel and accessories; Karoo, South African-inspired eyewear; and CorePower Yoga.
A flagship store for the Frye Company has announced it will open in August in a 4,000 square foot store on the mail level above the retail arcade. The footwear and accessory shop is the oldest operated shoe company in America, starting in 1863.
If you can’t wait to shop, some big shops just opened at PCM: Clothing and accessory store Anthropologie, furniture shop West Elm and men’s apparel and home goods shop Onward Reserve are open for business.
To keep up with the latest announcements and openings, visit poncecitymarket.com.