Being the largest economy in Latin America, Brazil has its real estate industry growing year after year. Airports, luxury apartments, gated neighborhood homes, 5-star hotels, modern hospitals, and sophisticated shopping malls have gradually increased over the recent past. Real estate companies in Brazil have also increased with the increased demand in the industry. As many as they are, there is one company that has dominated the industry for over four decades, and even crossed borders and dominated markets in the neighborhood of Brazil. That company is known as JHSF Participações S.A., and it is led by José Auriemo Neto, chairman and CEO.
JHSF Participações S.A. identifies, plans, develops, and manages high-end real-estate projects in Brazil, Uruguay, El Salvador, and in the United States. Its first office was opened at Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1972, and later the firm opened branches in Rio de Janeiro and Manaus. To create a strong base in the United States, arguably the biggest economy in the world, JHSF Participações S.A. opened two offices in the country- one in Miami and one in New York. The company also has operations in Punta Del Este and San Salvador. The company employs close to 5000 people, all being professionals in different disciplines.
A good number of Shopping Centers, Fasano Hotel & Restaurants, and incorporations in Brazil are developed by JHSF Participações S.A. Besides that; the company was hired by the government to develop a modern airport in the country, an airport the company still manages. Innovation, quality, sophistication, and uniqueness defines projects designed or run by JHSF. Over the years, JHSF has gained a reputation for identifying opportunities not seen by other real estate companies and making the best out of them. Click here to know more.
Some of the notable projects by JHSF include the Shopping Cidade Jardim, Shopping Metro Santa Cruz, Shopping Bella Vista, and the City Garden Corporate Center in Sao Paulo among others.
More about Jose Auriemo
Jose Auriemo was born in Sao Paulo 41 years ago. Zeco, as his friends fondly call him, took over the leadership of JHSF from his dad, Fabio Auriemo, in 2003. He has since led the company to assume leadership in the Brazilian real estate market.
Outside of business, Jose is a husband and a father of two. As a young boy, Jose played football as an amateur in Norway.