“That is well underway,” Harris said of the transition. “A good number of those people have already moved here.”
The documents said the company’s expansion will bring $581,247 per year in new taxes to the city, and $810,961 per year in new revenue for Fulton County. The value of the expected tax break, if approved by the Invest Atlanta board and City Council, was not immediately available.
Norfolk Southern has about 2,400 employees in Atlanta, the documents said.