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

Taylor Earl has joined Mainstreet as a design consultant. Prior to joining Mainstreet full-time, Taylor was a Mainstreet intern in the architecture and design department. Taylor is a graduate of Ball State University as he recently received his master’s in architecture.

Doug Pedersen has rejoined Mainstreet on a full-time basis as vice president of development serving in a project executive role. Doug has more than 20 years of real estate development experience, including his consulting company DP3, serving as vice president of the west region for JP Morgan Chase real estate and vice president of development services for Kite Realty Group (KRG). Prior to this work Doug worked from the Chicago Market for eight years in national retail and mixed use real estate development consulting. Doug also co-managed development of the Alexander Hotel Indianapolis. Doug received a master’s from Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning and a bachelor's from Ball State. He is married with three sons and enjoys volunteering through his church and within youth sports.

Matt Rezkalla is Mainstreet’s newest investment analyst. He is joining Mainstreet on a full-time capacity after interning with the investment team last year. Matt recently received his bachelor's in finance from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in Indianapolis. 

Mainstreet is a national company specializing in real estate, value investments and health care. 

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