Taft served as legal counsel to the city of Greenwood in connection with an announcement made today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that Cummins will invest more than $35 million in a professional office facility in Greenwood, Indiana.
With its $35 million investment, Cummins plans to build a 100,000 square foot professional office building off of Interstate 65, south of County Line Road, which will provide office space for 500 professional employees with plans to add a second building in the future. The project will create working space for 1,500 employees once complete. Read more here.
Taft partners Samuel Hodson and Marci Reddick served as lead counsel for the city of Greenwood. Hodson and Reddick assisted the city in negotiating the deal and completed the diligence and documentation to ensure that it closed.
“Taft is proud to have assisted the city in landing this prestigious employer,” said Hodson. “We are also thankful that Mayor Myers has trusted Taft with the quality of life enhancing projects over the last seven years which made this deal possible.”