M Corp is celebrating its one-year anniversary of moving its headquarters to the historic Regis Building, a block from the state Capitol and close to many of its clients in downtown Sacramento.
The century-old building is across from the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, adjacent to light-rail and in the middle of restaurant row on the K Street mall. M Corp is also a few blocks from the approved new downtown arena, the future home of the Sacramento Kings.
But the best part of the building is the proximity to numerous clients, including the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), Employment Development and State Controller’s Office.
M Corp moved into the top floor of the 27,000-square-foot building in June 2013, after an extensive remodeling project.
“We’ve enjoyed becoming part of the downtown community – and K Street neighborhood,” says Chief Executive Officer Alex Castro. “The K Street mall continues to evolve, and we’re glad to play a part in the renaissance.”
Ambrosia Café, a longtime business on K Street, anchors the ground floor of the landmark building, formerly the Regis Hotel. Professional offices dominate the next two floors. A lower level, which was built before K Street was raised, also offers office space.
The former hotel was converted into a mixed-use building with ground-floor retail and office space about 30 years ago.
Previously, M Corp was in a loft-style office on Enterprise Drive in the Arden Arcade area of Sacramento County. The company started in partner Chuck Czajkowski’s garage in East Sacramento.