Ponce City Market developer files project details

The developer of the former City Hall East building on Ponce de Leon Avenue has filed detailed plans for the project.

The building, now rebranded as Ponce City Market, will house 204 residential units and 160 hotel rooms, according to plans filed by Green Street Properties. The plans also include 245,494 square feet of retail space; 20,645 square feet of space for restaurants; and 348,000 square feet of office space according to documents filed Nov. 21 with the state’s Department of Community Affairs under its Developments of Regional Impact, or DRI, program.

Green Street is a unit of Jamestown Properties, which paid Atlanta $27 million to buy the building, originally built as a Sears, Roebuck & Co. department store. The company plans to spend $180 million redeveloping it.