What is it like to go to work in an office at Ponce City Market?
Located in the old 4th Ward, directly on the BeltLine, Ponce City Market is an inspiring home for SLAM’s 18 person Atlanta Studio. This 7,000-sf space was designed by SLAM’s own Corporate Interiors Studio and is a skillful example of progressive workplace design. You will see how we incorporated elements of the buildings history such as a large sliding fire door with a rusty patina that is original to the building and a “punched-through” brick wall intended to provoke conversation.
We also love being on the BeltLine, a significant catalyst for the area’s revitalization, offering our team plenty of amenities including pathways, access to parks and important cultural destinations, as well as a future light rail.
The historic landmark building redeveloped by Jamestown, was originally constructed for Sears, Roebuck & Co., in the mid-1920s in the city’s Old Fourth Ward. It is currently is the region’s largest historic adaptive reuse retail, office and residential development.
Architect: SLAM, 2014
Category: Architecture firm
Photo: Gabe Benzur Photography