Our Team

Our senior management team is responsible for ensuring that our operations, services and standards reflect the values we hold true to.


Claudia Robledo
General Manager

Claudia is a qualified Architect specialist in Project Management with an MBA and an Executive Master Degree from IESE, she has over 17 years’ experience in the International Corporate Real Estate market, 13 of which she spent working in Europe living in London, Madrid and Barcelona. Project Manager in EC Harris for offices and shopping malls in Madrid, France and Italy. She managed the coportate accounts for Grosvenor and British Land. Director of International Asset Management at CB Richard Ellis, managing real estate investments for over €1,000 M in England, Germany, Belgium, France and Eastern Europe.


Angelica Meija
Head of Investment

Angélica Mejía worked for over 10 years in Constructora Colpatria S.A., coordinating the technical structuring and bidding areas for projects of large-scale buildings and infrastructure.


Natalia Higuera

Natalia has a BSc in Architecture from Universidad Javeriana with 3 years of experience in Real Estate with an emphasis on the business side, appraisals and consulting.


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