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In Sandy Springs, a pair of shipping containers will become takeout restaurants, serving Korean fried chicken and shawarma

Developer Jamestown is converting two shipping containers in the parking lot of a Sandy springs strip mall into takeout restaurants: Bok You ATL and SabaRaba’s. The area surrounding the restaurants will be turned into a lawn with tables and chairs where patrons can dine and relax. 
HUB404 is a proposed nine-acre park above Georgia Highway 400.

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What's happening with the Gulch, the park over GA 400, Westside Park, Path400, and more.
Ponce City Market expansion

What to know about Ponce City Market’s newly announced expansion

The Old Fourth Ward landmark has unveiled plans to grow by 500,000 square feet, with a new 225-foot “hospitality living” tower.

Jamestown’s Michael Phillips on Ponce City Market

ATL Food Chatter: July 18, 2011 (To receive the Chatter and other culinary tidbits directly in your inbox, sign up for our weekly dining newsletter) The potential for positive economic impact dominated conversation at last week’s announcement that the Jamestown Properties developers had bought City Hall East to turn it into Ponce City Market, targeted to open in early 2014. But for food lovers, the buzz is about what the project will bring in terms of restaurants and purveyors. Michael Phillips, managing director of Jamestown Properties, stated at the press conference that “in the U.S. today, there [are] three truly relevant food halls: Pike Place in Seattle, the Ferry Building in San Francisco, [and] Chelsea Market in New York [which was developed by Jamestown]. We are focused very much on putting a peg in the ground for Atlanta to have the fourth nationally relevant food hall.” He said that in addition to the food hall, which will be located in the center of the two-million-square-foot building (replacing the current exhibition hall), the project will also include organic rooftop organic gardens where local restaurant operators can grow food for their own use.

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