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Want to sleep at Ponce City Market? Short-term rentals now available

Staycation, anyone?

Flats at Ponce City Market announced this week the availability of short-term rentals for fully furnished apartments, in collaboration with Atlanta Luxury Rentals.  Guests can rent studio and one- to three-bedroom apartments from three days to “several months,” a press release said.

Rates for the pet-friendly apartments, located above the complex’s Central Food Hall and shops, begin at $180 per night. They include original features — the historic landmark was built by Sears, Roebuck & Co. in 1926 — such as brick walls, tall ceilings and steel-frame windows.


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Each guest’s stay includes a 24-hour personal concierge service, bath products and kitchen appliances such as Keurig Coffee Makers and Vitamix Blenders. Guests also get access to amenities such as valet dry cleaning, two fitness centers and covered parking.

The Atlanta Beltline is accessible via private entryway along the building. Apartments can be reserved here.


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