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Photos: Ponce City Market’s view-rific ‘Rooftop Terrace’ events space

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10 stories above Eastside Trail, venue has room for 350 guests

The Ponce City Market tented space, at left, with the circa-1926 building’s tallest point.
The tented space, at left, with the circa-1926 building’s tallest piece.
Photos courtesy of Ponce City Market/Slater Hospitality

With views spanning from Midtown to Stone Mountain, the latest feather in Ponce City Market’s cap is large enough to host 350 sloshed wedding patrons doing the Cha-Cha Slide.

Slater Hospitality—the group that operates PCM’s vintage carnival, Skyline Park, and the rooftop restaurant, Nine Mile Station—is now operating the “Rooftop Terrace,” and they recently sent over photos depicting the views and general ambiance.

Perched 10 stories above the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, the 6,500-square-foot tented, private event venue is geared toward birthday parties, weddings, and corporate gatherings, accommodating between 75 and 350 people. Prices weren’t specified.

Officials note that Ponce City Market is the largest adaptive-reuse project in Atlanta’s history, so that could be a fun trivia tidbit for wedding guests.

Most of the wooden decking is covered by a “semi-permanent pavilion” with string market lighting and attachable walls that can be deployed to block out inclement weather. On-site catering is provided by the other two venues on the roof.

Provided photos don’t depict it, but from this side of the PCM roof, views of the Buckhead skyline should be particularly divine.

Nine Mile Station

, Atlanta, GA 30308