CARMEL, Ind. – Mainstreet, the nation’s largest developer of transitional care properties, has added six new employees to its Carmel, Indiana-based headquarters.

Chad Garrett has joined Mainstreet as the new director of construction. His pre-construction and construction management experience includes time at Duke Realty, Lauth Property Group and most recently, Buckingham Companies. Chad attended Ball State University. He is a member of the Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety, Inc.

Kaitlin Jager is Mainstreet’s newest graphic designer. Most recently, she served in the same role at Pukka Inc. Kaitlin has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and a minor in art history from the University of Findlay. 

Emily Johnston has joined Mainstreet as the new marketing project manager. Previously, she served as the traffic and project manager at Parthenon Publishing. Emily has a bachelor’s degree in studio art from Indiana University.

Chris Reckley has joined Mainstreet as an investment analyst. Previously, he worked at Valeo Financial Advisors, where he focused on real estate professionals. Chris is a graduate of Indiana University and is pursuing his chartered financial analyst designation. He is also a volunteer with Lemonade Day Indianapolis.

Tim Siefker is Mainstreet’s new director of design and innovation. He comes to Mainstreet from Estridge Homes, where he served as a custom home consultant. Tim is also managing partner of his own design consulting firm, TDS Consulting LLC. He has two bachelor’s degrees from Ball State University – one in architecture and one in environmental design. Tim is also a volunteer at Grace Community Church, where he serves as a video director.

Megan Templeton has joined Mainstreet as an associate of capital markets. She comes to Mainstreet from Ernst & Young, where she served as a senior auditor. Megan has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Anderson University.

Mainstreet is a national real estate company specializing in development, investments and health solutions.

Comment