CARMEL, Ind. – Mainstreet, the nation’s largest developer of post-acute health care properties, has added five new hires to its Carmel, Indiana-based office.
Justin Farris is Mainstreet’s newest development director. He comes to Mainstreet from Birge & Held, where he served as vice president. Justin’s experience prior to Birge & Held includes time at Trinitas, Greystone and Edwards Communities. He is a graduate of Ball State University.
Norma Haag has joined Mainstreet as a real estate paralegal. Norma has extensive real estate paralegal experience and comes to Mainstreet from Faegre Baker Daniels. Norma is a graduate of Indiana University as well as Roosevelt University’s accredited paralegal program.
Rachel Harmon is Mainstreet’s newest development coordinator. She comes to Mainstreet from The Fraser Group. Previously, she was a premium apparel sales manager for the sports licensed division of The Adidas Group. Rachel is a graduate of Purdue University with a bachelor’s in management and a minor in marketing from the Krannert School of Business.
Chris King is Mainstreet’s new senior associate of private equity funds management. He comes to Mainstreet from PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was as a deals advisory manager specializing in financial due diligence. Previously, Chris worked at Crowe Horwath as a senior associate in assurance. He has a bachelor’s in accounting and management with a minor in finance from Purdue University. Chris is also a certified public accountant.
Karolina Stewart has joined Mainstreet as a front desk hospitality coordinator. Her previous experience includes time at WP Glimcher as a guest service representative and Luxottica Retail as a sales consultant. Karolina is pursuing a degree in human resource development at Indiana State University.
Mainstreet is the industry’s leader in the delivery and experience of best-in-class health care properties.