Progress on Ponce!

Ponce-City-Market-Logo-221x300The Virginia-Highland Civic Association Board of Directors wishes to sincerely thank Jodi Mansbach, Vice President of Development, Construction and Sustainability for Jamestown Properties, for hosting members of our board and that of the Poncey Highland Neighborhood Association at Ponce City Market this past weekend. We were thrilled to see the tremendous progress being made on this important redevelopment along the Atlanta BeltLine and look forward to the day when a stroll down the Eastside Trail can include a stopover at your wonderful property.

Jodi Mansback with Jamestown Properties is our host.
Jodi Mansbach with Jamestown Properties is our host.
Before the tour starts she gives use the 50,000 foot view via the model.
Before the tour starts Jodi gives us the 50,000 foot view via the model.
Hard hats donned, we begin our tour.
Hard hats donned, the tour begins.
We walk from the building where the leasing center will be, past the newly laid surface parking lot and into the west side of the building.
We walk from the building where the leasing center will be, past the newly laid surface parking lot and into the west side of the building.

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This shot shows how endless the space appears when you're inside. The restored original columns are awe-inspiring.
This shot shows how endless the space appears when you’re inside. The restored original columns are awe-inspiring.

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Jodi was very knowledgable and provided great insight into the status of the project and its importance to Jamestown Properties.
Jodi was very knowledgable and provided great insight into the status of the project and its importance to Jamestown Properties.

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VHCA Board President Jack White makes a point.
VHCA Board President Jack White makes a point.
That's a view down 8 floors...made my stomach a little queasy.
That’s a view down eight floors of stairwell…made my stomach a little queasy.
It was very hazy and the light was less than ideal, but here's a shot of the Midtown skyline.
It was hazy and the light was less than ideal, but here’s a shot of the Midtown skyline from one of the best views in the city.
This south-looking view from the roof shows just a glimpse of the development that's taking place along the BeltLine Eastside Trail.
This south-looking view from the roof shows just a glimpse of the development that’s taking place in the Old Fourth Ward along the BeltLine Eastside Trail.
The iconic water tower and flag that can be seen from just about anywhere. The water tower will actually serve a purpose by containing gray water that will provide gravity-fed cooling for the HVAC system.
The iconic water tower and flag that can be seen from just about anywhere. The water tower will actually serve a purpose by storing water that will provide gravity-fed cooling for the HVAC system.
The luck tour-goers.
The lucky tour-goers.

Click here to view the full album of photos from the group’s tour.

 

 

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