Jose Auriemo Neto is the Driving Force behind JHSF

JHSF Participacoes SA, founded in 1972, is a top high-end property developer based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The company has expanded its borders to include its operations in other countries like Uruguay and United States where it has both real estate and commercial ventures. Since its founding, JHSF has successfully constructed and managed its projects throughout Sao Paulo, Salvador, and Manors. The property firm has five primary divisions through which it conducts its operations. These divisions include JHSF Shopping Malls, Hotel JHSF, incorporations, executive airports projects, and JHSF Properties.

Just like other established businesses around the world, JHSF focuses its efforts on income earning projects that are recurrent, and as such, the firm has managed to implement several high-class developments including the Catarina Fashion outlet and the Catarina Executive Airport. JHSF has approximately 1,000 expert staff that has made the company win several sustainable development and architect awards due to their innovativeness.

About Jose Auriemo Neto

Jose Auriemo Neto is one of the individuals responsible for JHSF exponential growth in both the luxurious residential and commercial properties across its several divisions. Having studied at Fundaçao Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) and FASE universities where he attained degrees in Engineering and Business Administration, respectively, Jose has a strong educational foundation that contributes to his success. Read more about JHSF.

Mr. Neto started his working at JHSF in 1993 and has risen through the ranks holding several key positions until he became the company’s CEO and Chairman. Additionally, Jose formed JHSF’s service department as well as The Parkbeam, which was a parking management firm created in 1997. Due to the success in these two new departments, he was given the authority to manage JHSF’s first ever shopping mall. This includes the designing of Cidade Jardim shopping mall in Sao Paulo, Metro Tucuruz, Ponta Negra, and Bela Vista shopping complex in Manaus.