Ponce City Market has revealed the retail tenants expected to open this Spring, including a few stores that are new to the metro area. The development is located in the historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. building at 675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE
Expected retailers include:
Anthropologie: This favorite shop for women’s fashion and accessories opens another location at PCM this spring.
The Frye Company: The first Atlanta location for the brand will offer signature leather boots for men and women as well as bags an accessories.
Goorin Bros. Hat Shop: Goorin Bros. brings its authentic family craftsmanship with a variety of seasonal hats in a range of styles for men and women to the first Georgia location opening in spring.
J. Crew: This shopping standard brings another location to the metro area with apparel and accessories for men, women and children in spring.
The Jean Machine: (UPDATED) This multi-branded jean specializes in custom fit branded jeans for men and women. This is a new concept store from local retail owner, Farshad Arshid, who also owns Standard and G-Star stores at Lenox Square. The store will open Fall 2015.
Lou Lou Accessories: This will be the first Atlanta location of the Virginia based jewelry boutique featuring statement jewelry, bags and accessories.
Madewell: The third metro area location of this women’s clothing brand opens in spring 2015.
Michael Stars: West Coast style for men and women comes to PCM’s location of Michael Stars which opens this spring.
Mountain High Outfitters: A second Atlanta area location offers active wear for outdoor enthusiasts this spring at PCM.
Oakleaf & Acorn: PCM will be the first brick and mortar location for this men’s shop featuring apparel, accessories, apothecary and more. The store is expected to open this summer.
Rejuvenation: Rejuvenation is a classic American lighting and house parts store. The Atlanta location, opens in fall 2015 and is the brand’s fifth location nationwide and first on the East Coast
West Elm: Get home furnishings and décor at what will be one of the brand’s largest retail spaces when it opens this spring.
Williams-Sonoma Home: Williams-Sonoma Here you’ll find the familiar cook shop along with new home offerings. This flagship store will open in fall 2015 at the east end of the Central Food Hall.
PCM also features a range of restaurants at Central Food Hall scheduled for a spring 2015 opening, including Anne Quatrano’s Dub’s Fish Camp and Linton Hopkins’ H&F Burger. Chef Sean Brock will open the second outpost of Minero, a casual Mexican and street taco concept and chef Guy Wong will open a Japanese ramen, yakitori and sushi restaurant.