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by Thornton Kennedy
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06:18 PM, Wednesday, July 30
Imagine standing on top of the Darlington Apartments — the ones with the Atlanta’s Population Now sign out front on Peachtree Road — and looking in every direction but west and seeing the property of but one man as far as the eye could see. That i...

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