BINDERS at Ponce City Market

BINDERS Art Supplies and Frames is beyond excited to open our third store at Ponce City Market. Over a year in the making and we're almost ready to open our doors.

PCM Coming Store 8x11Construction started back in April with attention to the historic and eclectic vibe of the area.

  • Did you know that this area was a famous stop for health enthusiasts in the 1860's? They liked to bathe in the natural springs.
  • Or how about the Victorian amusement park that followed.
  • And the Sears Robuck building that was built in the 1920s reaches deep into Atlanta families. It is hard to have a conversation about PCM without hearing stories about a family member having worked there.

It is an amazing space - the energy is intoxicating.

And we have taken every opportunity to visit during the progress...

Howard with Rick Breman From Howard with Rick Breman - Crescent
Howard with Jim Gallager from Chartpak Howard with Jim Gallager from Chartpak
PCM Store Manager, Irene Dodge with Alex Bailey from Golden
Howard with Frank Stapleton and Kerry smith of MacPhersons Howard with Frank Stapleton and Kerry smith of MacPhersons
Howard with Steve Chamberlain and Doug Johnston of Colart

We love the attention to "green" too.

When you walk into BINDERS PCM you'll be walking on reclaimed hardwood floors from the old Sears building. We've also kept as much of the original brick as possible. We can not wait to share this space with you!

Ponce City Market

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Ponce City Market is on a mission to build community connections and we saw right away how this aligns with our company values.  From the Old Fourth Ward to Virginia Highlands, Midtown, Inman Park, Poncey-HIghland, Morningside, Candler Park and Druid Hills we are thrilled to be part of a neighborhood that has revitalized an important historic property.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation recognizes Ponce City Market as “History in the making,” and recognizes the project as part of a plan “to move Atlanta forward while maintaining and emphasizing the city’s unique history and culture.

Check out this incredible fly through of the PCM Vision!

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