Nichiha adds fresh look to Atlanta’s historic Ponce City Market

 By Michelle Penoyar | Thu, June 18, 2015 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by Michelle Penoyar

 By Michelle Penoyar | Thu, June 18, 2015 | Meet the Blogger | More Posts by Michelle Penoyar

Nichiha on Ponce City Market
Ponce City Market
675 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30308

Atlanta is turning an abandoned building into a main attraction. Ponce City Market is emerging from the historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. building in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward. The development will be the area’s largest adaptive, reuse project and will include a Central Food Hall, flats, offices, shops and other local businesses. Ponce City Market is a must see for tourists and locals alike.

Nichiha Architectural Wall Panels are adding a fresh look to Ponce City Market. Nichiha panels were incorporated into The Suzuki School, a local preparatory preschool that built a 15,000 square-foot addition to the original brick structure. For the building’s exterior, Freespace Architecture used Nichiha’s Gray ArchitecturalBlock in a stacked bond pattern. The Suzuki School offers a contemporary edge that stands out against the traditional look of brick. Nichiha is proud to be part of an innovative project that is adding life and energy into our local community.

Nichiha Ponce City Market

The Suzuki School
Architect: Freespace Architecture
Contractor: JM Wilkerson Construction
Installer: ProCon Construction Services
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