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Decade in Review 

The ATL's party zone of choice during the mid-aughts was the sprawling Vision, an opulent haven for ballers, posers and everyone in between occupying 27,000 square feet of Peachtree Street real estate in Midtown from 2003 until its bow-out in August 2006. Its owners, the Gidewon brothers, are now trying to open new clubs across the street.

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