The American flag flies over the renovated Ponce City Market in this 2015 file photo.
Photo: FILE
Photo: FILE

Ponce City Market donates $100,000 for 5 Atlanta Beltline initiatives

For the second year in a row, Ponce City Market is donating $100,000 to the Atlanta Beltline Partnership.

The donation, announced Tuesday, will go towards the following five Beltline events and initiatives: 

  • Art on the Atlanta Beltline
  • Lantern Parade
  • Adopt-the-Atlanta Beltline
  • Free Health & Fitness Series
  • Run.Walk.Go! Series/Eastside 10K.

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The donation from Ponce City Market developer Jamestown is part of its "commitment to encourage alternative transportation, public art, health, and green space,” CEO Matt Bronfman said in a statement.

A portion of the parking fee at Ponce City Market is donated to ABP.

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