That would mark the biggest economic development project in Georgia history, according to the report.
Facebook is developing the 416-acre project in four phases, and this week a county joint development authority approved the land sale and a $42B bond resolution to support it.
An entity said to represent Facebook has a contract to acquire the 416 acres across two parcels, and is expected to pay $16.5M for a 262.771-acre parcel.
The data center could be tied to Facebook's efforts toward a voice assistant.
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