JHSF: A Scion of High-end Sustainable Property Development and Management
Since its founding in 1972, JHSF has built a strong reputation as one of the leading specialists in developing and managing innovative and sustainable high-end real estate and commercial properties. Even though the company began operating primarily in Sao Paulo, Brazil where it is headquartered, JHSF has expanded its operations to new locations in Miami and New York in the United States. It also develops and manages properties in Uruguay and other cities in Brazil. The company’s strategy saw it list at the local financial market as a publicly traded company. It has also expanded its employee base. Currently, the company has over one thousand employees who are highly qualified and have played a critical role in determining the company’s success over the years. Its exceptional service delivery and commitment to using innovative technologies in high-end sustainable property development has seen the company win several awards. The company’s projects have been lauded and honored by architects for its exceptionally innovative design. Its management portfolio includes luxury hotels, an executive business airport and high-end real estate properties. The company also manages shopping malls.
Jose AuriemoNeto’s Keen Eye for High-end Properties
Even before taking the leadership mantle at JHSF, Jose AuriemoNeto had already shown that he had a talented in management and a keen eye for building businesses. The current chief executive officer and chairman of the board of directors at JHSF took up entrepreneurship at a significantly young age. At only 17 years, Mr. Neto founded a network of parking lots business, which he managed successfully. He later enrolled to study engineering at FAAP but did not complete his studies; but the experience was good enough to ignite a passion in him for unique properties. His tenure at JHSF has been marked exponential growth in the company’s profile as a specialist in high-end properties. He guided the company towards expansion in various territories including New York and Uruguay where he has visited personally to inspect the progress of the company’s projects. He has also directed the company’s investment in shopping malls such as the Garden City and various luxurious hotels. His expansion initiatives include investment in local projects such as Marginal Pinheros.
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