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Curbed, New renderings, video highlight Beltline connectivity at 725 Ponce

“Plans for the project, first revealed last year, include 360,000 square feet of loft office space and a new home for Kroger—this time a more urbanized, pedestrian-welcoming, and sophisticated version. New renderings and a fly-through reveal a large planted roof atop the store, as well as terraces overlooking the Beltline. A large plaza, as well […]

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Atlanta Magazine, Groundbreakers Award Nominee/Finalist

From the pit will rise three stories of underground parking, topped by a hip new Kroger (think industrial-style finishes and interior street murals) and, above that, an office tower. Costing $190 million, the 725 Ponce project is the largest investment in new construction on the BeltLine to date. Read Full Article Here

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Old and New: Ford Factory Square and 725 Ponce to live in harmony on BeltLine

Ford Factory Square When it was announced that the infamous “Murder Kroger” was going to be demolished to make way for the mixed-use 725 Ponce development, many wondered what would happen to its neighbor, the historic Ford Factory Square building. Thanks to a partnership between Ford Factory’s owners and 725 Ponce developer New City LLC, […]

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#725Views – Call for Artist Submissions

725 Ponce seeks emerging local artists to create artwork for #725Views, a two or three-dimensional “viewfinder” art installation to be located on the 725 Ponce BeltLine Eastside Trail construction fencing (opposite The Shed at Ponce City Market). #725Views – Project Details & Examples Artist Application >> Anyone interested in applying should submit their application to […]

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AJC, New Atlanta BeltLine bond series creates taxpayer savings

Atlanta will save as much as $919,000 annually on Atlanta BeltLine payments as part of a new series of bonds for the greenspace project approved by the Atlanta City Council on Wednesday. The series, worth $145.3 million, was put up for sale recently as part of an updated round of financing for the BeltLine Tax […]

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11Alive, ‘Murder’ Kroger now a pile of rubble

ATLANTA – One of Atlanta’s most infamous landmarks is being reduced to rubble. The Kroger on Ponce de Leon Avenue, known more loosely as “Murder Kroger” is being demolished to make way for a mixed-use project. Murder Kroger closed in late October. The demolition began last week. The new project, known as “725 Ponce”, will feature office space […]

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