Ponce City Market’s Improvements Draw Attention, Tenants

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Ponce City Market, formerly known as the Sears Building, has been drawing lots of attention over the past few months, thanks in large part to developer Jamestown Properties’ huge investments ($200 million to be more specific) in renovating and redefining the downtown project. Eventually, Ponce City market will offer 330,000 SF of retail space, 445,000 SF of Class A office space, and 259 apartment units.

These improvements have sparked several tenants to sign leases in this project, including Binders Art Supplies & Frames, who recently signed a 10,000 SF deal in the outparcel building close to North Ave and Glen Iris Drive. athenahealth, a medical IT company, just committed to taking 60,000 SF of space upon lease commencement and another 60,000 SF over the next 5 years. Ponce City Market is also in talks with software company Cardlytics to relocate their headquarters to the project.

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