It wasn’t long ago the buildings that house Ponce City and Krog Street markets were carcasses. But if recent musings in Atlanta media are any indication, there’s a growing sentiment that such inwardly focused hives of activity are detracting from a more vibrant overall city.
Buford Highway is arguably the epicenter of multicultural Atlanta. A fusion of ethnicities from across the globe, the corridor is a bastion for lovers of exotic foods and wares. But do development-driven changes in the works threaten the corridor?