JHSF is a property development and management company ranked highly, in terms of developing high-end properties, in the Brazilian real estate sector. Since 1972, the real estate company has been focusing on the construction of luxurious hotels, residential, and commercial properties. José AuriemoNeto is the firm’s CEO and board chair. He has extensive experience in the administration of real estate developments.
Over the years, the company grew nationwide by establishing offices in Manaus, Salvador, and São Paulo. The firm also responds to international clients’ demands through offices situated in New York, U.S., and Punta del Este, Uruguay. Through these offices, JHSF’s business units include Fasano Hotel & Restaurants, shopping centers, and an airport and what JHSF knows.
JHSF is also known for its sustainable projects. The Catarina Integrated Urban Development is one of the most profitable projects undertaken by JHSF. The first segment of the project includes the Catarina Fashion Outlet and the Catarina Executive Airport. JHSF ventured in this development after demands and profits in the international real estate market increased.
Today, JHSF is listed on the São Paulo Bovespa stock exchange as JHSF3, a publicly traded company. The firm is also the recipient of the 2014 PINI Best Developer award. JHSF’s Catarina Fashion Outlet bagged the Outstanding in Other Formats award during the 2014 edition of the Brazilian Shopping Centers Forum.
José AuriemoNeto’s Career and Academic Background
As an alumnus of FAAP, José AuriemoNeto became part of JHSF’s staff in 1993. He was in charge of the firm’s service department. Neto is also celebrated as one of the founders of Parkbem, a parking lot management venture that operates as JHSF’s subsidiary. Due to his involvement in Parkbem, Neto was authorized to develop the company’s first shopping complex known as the Shopping Santa Cruz.
Neto’s current CEO role allows him to oversee JHSF’s interests in public developments, hotels, and office buildings. He is also in charge of the brand’s extensive shopping and retail portfolio, which includes CidadeJardim shopping complex, Ponte Negra shopping center and the MetròTucuruv. Under Neto’s CEO tenure, JHSF ventured into the retail business by partnering with brands such as Jimmy Choo, Pucci, and Hermes and JHSF’s lacrosse campl.