ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OnPay, a top-rated payroll and HR software company, will deepen its roots in Atlanta by moving its Midtown headquarters to Ponce City Market. The company selected space in the historic and revitalized building in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood that will allow it to double its Atlanta-based workforce over the next 24 months.
“Ponce City Market is the perfect location for us,” said Jesse Burgess, CEO of OnPay. “This move will allow us to better accommodate our fast-growing teams, continue to attract great talent, and play an increasingly meaningful role in Atlanta’s tech community.”
In addition to making room for the company to scale its operations, OnPay chose Ponce City Market because it is a dynamic community hub. The proximity to Ponce City Market’s restaurants, shops, and entertainment, as well as direct access to the Atlanta BeltLine, will help promote an engaging and healthy lifestyle for the company’s employees. From biking to work to outdoor meetings to wellness options, the development provides many ways for employees to do amazing work and take care of personal needs.
Before OnPay makes the move this fall, the space will be renovated to reflect — and better promote — its culture of collaboration and innovation.
OnPay helps small businesses and accountants move forward by making payroll, HR, and benefits easy. Combining 30 years of experience with the latest technology, OnPay’s payroll software launched in Atlanta in 2011. OnPay is a PCMag Editors’ Choice and has received the highest ratings from CPA Practice Advisor and Motley Fool’s Blueprint. Learn more at OnPay.com.
About Ponce City Market
Developed by real estate investment and management company Jamestown, Ponce City Market is a historic, mixed-use community hub featuring local and world-class food and retail, residential lofts and office space. With ample public green space and a pedestrian network directly linked to the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, Ponce City Market is a landmark in Atlanta’s skyline and an iconic destination for visitors and neighbors alike. The revitalized building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and combines 259 residential flats, which are also available as short-term rentals (minimum three days); 643,000 square feet of Class-A office space; 300,000 square feet of retail; and centers for learning. At its core is a buzzing indoor/outdoor Central Food Hall featuring restaurants and food stalls, including many from James Beard Award-winning and -nominated chefs. The community hub’s diverse retail offering includes a mix of national brands like Anthropologie, West Elm, Williams Sonoma and J. Crew as well as local Atlanta-based shops like Modern Mystic Shop, Cobbler Union, Citizen Supply and more. Ponce City Market allocates 20 percent of its residential units as affordable housing, and for visitors arriving on two wheels, there are 500 bike parking spaces and a complimentary bike valet. A portion of the parking fee at Ponce City Market is donated to the Atlanta BeltLine. For more information, please visit www.poncecitymarket.com.