José Juan Sordo Madaleno de HaroReal Estate Director
José Juan Sordo Madaleno de Haro was born in Mexico City in 1986. His interest in economics, administration, and finances led him to study Financial Administration at the Tec de Monterrey.
In parallel to his studies and thanks to his constant interest in the family business, he joined Grupo Sordo Madaleno in 2008 as Project Manager, where he was involved in the development of major projects such as Luxury Hall in Puebla, following the teaching and example of his father, Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas.
As a result of his undeniable financial abilities, both inherited and learned, together with his wide-ranging and fresh vision of real estate development, in 2010 he was named Director of Real Estate Development for the group. Since then he has driven the group to position itself as a leading firm in the real estate sector in Mexico.
Among his diverse range of daily responsibilities, José Juan is in charge of the operation, development, and acquisition of the group’s properties, allocating the resources required to coordinate and guide the growing trajectory of the company. He has been closely linked with the development of the Antea Lifestyle Center in Querétaro, Andamar Lifestyle Center in Veracruz, Artz Pedregal in Mexico City, among others. He is currently involved in GSM’s largest and most ambitious real estate developments, such as the mixed-use development Reforma-Colón and General Motors.
Since his arrival, he has demonstrated unquestionable skills as a leader, with the commitment and firmness necessary for the growth of the with a new vision in real estate terms.
His daily work involves overseeing the financial and real-estate health of the developments belonging to the group, such as Antara Fashion Hall, Plaza Satélite and Plaza Universidad in Mexico City and Andamar in Veracruz, Luxury Hall and Angelópolis in Puebla, and Antea in Querétaro.
Prior to joining Grupo Sordo Madaleno, José Juan worked with the company IDEAL (Impulsora del Desarrollo y el Empleo en América Latina) for 3 years.