MJC was founded by Mario Massillamany, the chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party; Jeter, a Republican state representative from Fishers; and Amy Carson.
In March, the law firm merged with Mark K. Sullivan & Associates P.C. and Mitchell Law Group. Jeter said MJC has 11 attorneys and 12 staff members, and the law firm plans to continue growing once it moves into the new building.
MJC received approval for site design and architecture from the Nickel Plate Review Committee on Wednesday. Jeter said construction is expected to begin in September.
MJC currently occupies about 3,000 square feet at 11650 Lantern Road, Suite 204, in Fishers.
“We really wanted a place where we could grow in Fishers,” Jeter said. “We’ve been busting at the seams at our current spot, so we started talking with [the city] probably a year ago.”
The new MJC headquarters will be built next to Flexware Innovation, a software and engineering-services firm.