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Ponce City Market: Standing at the Bottom Looking Up

I attended an event at Ponce City Market a couple weeks ago and had the chance to check out the facade of the building up close. This building has such a fascinating history. From being built upon a spring known as Ponce De Leon, to becoming one of the central distribution sites for Sears & Roebuck, to Atlanta's City Hall East, this building continues to evolve.  The facade showcases this evolution firsthand.  The architecture is really something.  It's crazy to think that essentially what was a factory was built with such care and strength and with such striking architectural features. Each time I pass this building, I grow more and more excited for its future!

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