Taft attorney Marci Reddick was interviewed by several media outlets about the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority’s $3 million street extension at Fort Ben Harrison. Reddick was joined by local officials at a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the expansion on July 31. The Fort Harrison Reuse Authority was created by the Indiana General Assembly over 20 years ago to redevelop the land owned by the U.S. Army at the former Ft. Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis.
Reddick is president of the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority’s board of directors and has served on the board since late 2012. The FHRA is focused on developing the final 20+ acres at the former fort and is working with local and regional developers and brokers to bring office, mixed use, market rate apartments, retail and dining to the area.
Reddick is a member of Taft’s Real Estate and Business & Finance groups. She represents clients in all phases of real estate acquisition, sales, finance and development. Reddick is chair of the Indiana Business Law Commission and is a past chair of the Business Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association. She is a past chair of the Real Estate and Land Use Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association and chaired Board II of the Marion County Board of Zoning Appeals for eight years. In addition, Reddick served as corporations counsel in the Office of Evan Bayh, Indiana Secretary of State, from 1987-1988 and as an executive assistant to Governor Bayh from 1989-1990, advising him on higher education matters and other areas of state policy.