ATLANTA — Rocked by seismic shifts — major store openings, closings and new in-town developments the size of mini-cities — Atlanta is moving beyond mere renovation, to a total reinvention of its retail scene.

One of the biggest boomtowns of the Nineties, this city doubled its population to nearly 4.4 million today from around 2 million in the mid-Eighties, with more than 100,000 people moving in every year for the past decade, according to U.S. Census figures.

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