JHSF is a leading real estate developer in Brazil with interest in commercial and residential properties. Besides, it’s involved in the development and administration of high-end hotels and shopping centers. Since its inception in 1972, JHSF has grown to an internationally recognized company for its capacity to cultivate on new market opportunities. JHSF’s quality, innovation, and ability to present sustainable real estate solutions in its projects are some of the characteristics that form its DNA.
As it grows, JHSF looks forward to solidifying its presence in capitals such as Sao Paulo, the New York City, Manaus, Salvador, and Punta del Este in Uruguay. Led by trends in the real estate industry, JHSF has redirected its business focus to the world of recurring revenue. In recent years, JHSF has shifted its focus to projects involving the development and administration of luxury hotels, shopping malls, the Catarina Executive Airport, the Catarina Integrated Urban Development, and Catarina Fashion Outlet. Since 2007, JHSF has been trading its shares on the Sao Paulo Bovespa stock exchange.
About Jose Auriemo Neto
Here, he is responsible for looking for development opportunities to help the company build a stellar portfolio in retail and shopping sector. JHSF has contributed significantly to the growth of Brazil’s economy. Currently, JHSF is undertaking two projects in Brazil’s capital, Sao Paulo. As the CEO, Jose Auriemo Neto works tirelessly to ensure they utilize all market opportunities as they arise. He initiated the development of the first Brazil’s retail venture in 2009. JHSF partnered with Hermes, Pucci, and Jimmy Choo to create Cidade Jardim Shopping Complex, its first luxury brand.
Through a partnership with Valentino, JHSF initiated the launch of Brazil’s first Valentino store and Valentino R.E.D centers in 2012. Jose Auriemo Neto established Parkbem, JHSF’s parking lot management company in 1997 while working in the service department. A year later, the astute leader led JHSF through its initiative to create the Shopping Santa Cruz, Brazil’s first shopping mall.