Atlanta Loop has obtained additional architectural renderings for the proposed second phase of Ponce City Market along the Atlanta Beltline.
As previously reported, PCM’s developer, Jamestown, is proposing three new buildings. The buildings would include a hotel, and commercial and residential spaces.
Curbed Atlanta was able to obtain one rendering which you can see by clicking here. According to Curbed, the hotel would be constructed on Glen Iris Drive and the other two buildings would be constructed on PCM’s southeastern corner. WSB-TV reports that one of the towers would be built on top of a parking deck.
Jamestown CEO Matt Bronfman has said planning for Phase 2 is still in the early stages. The plans have received mixed reviews from Old Fourth Ward residents according to Cashelle Rose, President of the Fourth Ward Alliance. The plans call for taller buildings.
According to the documents Loop received, the developer wants to raise the building heights to 225 feet.
Here are the renderings for the project, including information sheet about the proposed zoning changes: