Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal says railroad company Norfolk Southern Corp. is shifting its headquarters from Norfolk, Virginia, to Atlanta.
Data from Atlanta’s financial improvement authority indicate the company proposes development of a brand new headquarters campus with 750,000 square ft (69,600 square meters) of office area within the city’s Midtown area.
The undertaking would involve about 850 full-time staff relocating to Atlanta.
Deal announced the company’s plans Wednesday afternoon at the Georgia Capitol.
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Norfolk Southern’s railroad subsidiary operates in 22 states and the District of Columbia, transporting freight that includes automotive and industrial products and coal.