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619 Ponce at Ponce City Market

619 Ponce is Atlanta’s first, locally sourced mass timber office building. The 4-story, 93,000 SF boutique office building includes 27,000 SF of ground level retail space and sits adjacent to the historic Ponce City Market in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. The locally sourced mass timber is from Georgia-grown Southern Yellow Pine and is both beautiful and environmental responsibility. The Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) and Glulam are renowned for their structural integrity and sustainability. By opting for locally sourced mass timber, Jamestown supports local industries while also reducing transportation emissions, thereby minimizing its ecological footprint.

Key Project Details:

Sustainable Commitment: The development strives for net-zero carbon operations and has been designed to minimize environmental impact.
Tie-In to Nature: Three large balconies per floor provide tenants with a direct connection to the outdoors. With floor-to-ceiling windows featuring operable panels, the biophilic design enhances the workspace by providing access to nature and open-air spaces. The building also features a MERV 13 air filtration system which creates the ability to remove 98% of air particles and synthetic dust from the air system.
Community Connectivity: 619 Ponce Mass Timber office is one-third of the Ponce City Market Campus Upgrades build. The office building is seamlessly linked to the Scout Living project through a thoughtfully designed courtyard that separates the two buildings. On the lower-level connectivity to Ponce City Market itself can be found through the parking access with direct-to-space elevator and stair access. Rideshare drop-off spots were also implemented and bike parking for commuters.

Scheduled to open the summer of 2024, 619 Ponce Mass Timber Office is a cornerstone of the Ponce City Market campus upgrades, alongside Scout Living and Signal House. This sustainable urban oasis sets a new standard for eco-conscious building in Atlanta.

Location
Atlanta, GA
Client
Jamestown
Architect
Handel Architects
93,000
Square Feet
4
Stories

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