Ponce City Market has become a tech, shopping and dining hub along the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail. (Jenni Girtman / Atlanta Event Photography)
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‘Newsagent and boutique bodega’ to soon open in Ponce City Market

In many respects, Ponce City Market is already a one-stop-shop. Without leaving the campus, a patron could: take a yoga glass, get a haircut, eat Korean steamed buns, buy an antique lamp, play carnival games, drop off dry cleaning, have their car detailed and drink in a rooftop beer garden. 

One thing the mixed-use development doesn’t yet have, though, is a market stall with the kinds of things you’d find in a convenience store, such as toiletries, snacks and newspapers. 

Quick Quick, a “newsagent and boutique bodega,” will bring “everyday necessities and curated reads to Ponce City Market’s residents, office workers, and visitors,” according to a press release. A “newsagent” is essentially a newsstand.

The stall’s first location, situated on the first floor adjacent to Le Kiosque, is slated to open by 2018.


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The shop will offer more than 50 magazines and daily newspapers such as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. It will be open seven days per week.

Other new additions to the market include an independent toy store, a pop-up gallery with a unique mural, a pet store called Ace and Jack and a seasonal 3,500-square-foot ice skating rink and Christmas tree lot from King and Pops.

Ponce City Market is located at 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE. 

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Making gnocchi with James Beard Award-winning Chef Jonathan Waxman at his Ponce City Market restaurant Brezza Cucina + Pizzeria.

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