Francisco Padua

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Francisco Padua was born and raised in Mexico City, and moved to Texas in 1989 following a fast-moving career in investment banking. Since then, Houston, Texas has become home to Francisco, his family, and to his business. Francisco holds a BA in business administration from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and a post graduate degree in Marketing and Finance from Stanford University. He has completed the “Chief Executive Officer” MBA course at IPADE in Mexico City—an international program tied to, and involving professors and case study materials from Harvard Business School. Francisco Padua was a professor at the UNAM for six years (1969-1978), teaching various courses in Finance and Marketing for Graduate students, and also lectured at the Instituto Tecnológico de Mexico (ITAM) for two years, in the fields of entrepreneurship and finance.
Currently, Francisco Padua serves as president of INPAC, Inc., an investment banking firm focused on planning, organization, and implementation of investment programs, mainly in real estate, for his own capital account and a mix of US and Latin American investors. Francisco is also president of the Texas-based firm INMOBILIA 2000, LLC which he co-founded in 1999 with the purpose of developing residential and commercial projects in Texas and Mexico. INMOBILIA 2000, LLC has executed multiple developments within the last 12 years, including land and affordable housing development, income property acquisition, project management and special purpose commercial project repositioning.
Specifically, Francisco Padua, through his various companies, has had extensive experience in investing, developing, managing, and selling housing and retail properties in the Woodlands and Conroe, Texas areas over the last 20 years. These projects have ranged from retail and office centers in the Woodlands, Texas to resort styles houses and condominiums on Walden in Lake Conroe, Texas, and finally to the Woodhaven forest mixed community which will ultimately blend single family, medical and senior housing elements.
Francisco Padua has contributed (1978-1990) with several business and financial articles to well-known periodicals such as El Financiero, Finanzas-IMEF and Barron’s.
The following is a partial list of projects in which Francisco Padua was or is a major investor and/or developer:
Project NamePeriodLocationDescriptionUnits
Bosque de Ecatepec1974-1978Ecatepec, Estado de Mexico,
 Mexico Cit
Rincon del Parque1975-1977Houston, TexasHR27
Marble Arch1976-1977Houston, TexasRH400
Sussex Towers Residential1978-1981Mexico City, MexicoRC224
Pedegral del Bosque1979-1982Houston, TexasRH45
Lamar Tower1979-1985Houston, TexasHR320
Powder Ridge1980-1992Alta, UtahRH18
Chateaux Homes1982-1986Conroe, TexasRH120
Villa Verdun1985-1987Alta, UtahRH53
Torres de Iztapalapa1986-1988Mexico City, MexicoRH120
Don Jose1988-1991Toluca, MexicoRH250
Galerias Refonna1987-1996Mexico City, MexicoSCD230
Regency Gold1988-1992Mexico City, MexicoHR36
Snowbird Homes1991-1994Alta, UtahRH12
Grogan’s Mill2000-2006Houston, TexasSCAR1
Millside Building2000-2006Houston, TexasOFB1
Villas de Allende2003-PesentSan Miguel de Allende, MexicoRH36
Ponderosa Forest2003-2009Dickenson, TexasRH54
Amburn Oaks2003-2007Texas City, TexasSD320
1500 Research Forest2011-PresentThe Woodlands, TexasSCAR1
Woodhaven forest2003-PresentConroe, TexasSD154
Woodhaven Village Sr. Community2012-PresentConroe, TexasSH162
Trails at Woodhaven Lakes2017-PresentLa Marque, TexasSD, SHD240, 160
Code for project description: RH- Residential Homes; HR- Residential High Rise; RC-Residential Conversion to Condominiums; SCD-Shopping Center Development; SCAR- Shopping Center Acquisition and Redevelopment; OFB- Office Building Investment; SD- Subdivision Development; SHD- Senior Housing Development.

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