M Corp has moved its headquarters to the historic Regis Building, a landmark mixed-use building a block from the state Capitol and in the middle of the revitalized K Street mall in downtown Sacramento.
M Corp’s new headquarters are in the city of Sacramento, across the street from the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, in the middle of restaurant row on the K Street mall, near parking garages and on the light-rail line. The building is also a few blocks from the proposed new arena for the Sacramento Kings. M Corp, a leading provider of legacy migration and analytics solutions for government and private-sector clients, moved into the top floor of the 27,000-square-foot building in mid-June. The decade-old company moved from an office on Enterprise Drive in the Arden Arcade area of Sacramento County.
M Corp – ranked No. 637 on Inc. magazine’s fastest-growing companies list last September based on revenue during the past three years – will also be closer to many of its clients, including the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), Employment Development Department and the State Controller’s Office.
Ambrosia Café, a longtime business of K Street, anchors the ground floor of the century-old building, while professional offices dominate the next two floors. M Corp has the top floor. A lower level, which was built before K Street was raised, also offers office space.
The building was the former Regis Hotel. The former hotel was converted into a mixed-use building with ground-floor retail and office space about 30 years ago.
M Corp employs 100-plus people – including employees and contractors – with projects across the western region of the United States and Australia.