From a family-owned construction company that developed and renovated homes for clients to one of the biggest construction companies with a value surpassing 1.2 billion JHSF is an example of Brazilian real estate success.The company began around the year 1972 when two siblings came together to form the company.
The commercial success began with the development of the Metro Santa Cruz Mall this mall is located in San Paulo one of the biggest cities in Brazil.The name Metro was agreed to due to the fact that the mall was integrated to the local subway station which was intended to give the mall a steady flow of clients with easy access as they went for there commute.Jhsf has also diversified into other areas and now has a presence in almost all sectors of the Brazilian economy.They have ventured into the hotel industry where they hold a majority stake in the Fasano Group’s hotels.This is a chain of high-end hotels which has seen a steady rise in profitability and customer interest especially with JHSF’s investment in them.
JHSF ha also gone beyond the borders of Brazil working on projects in America as well as Uruguay.In the United States, they have a development in New York’s fifth avenue which there CEO Jose Auriemo Neto personal temporarily moved to the United States in 2015 to oversee.He would refer to it as a working vacation.The commercial development will come with a hotel as well as commercial space to rent an lease.
Jose Auriemo Neto was appointed CEO at the age of 27 he has overseen its growth in various sectors, and the results have been the increased profitability.Jose oversaw the launch of the Cidade Jardim complex a high-end luxury shopping mall.This complex houses a condominium Park City Garden as well as nine residential towers.
The young CEO or Zeco among his friends has been involved in the company since age 17 where he developed Park Bem the parking lot division for the organization.This success led him to be appointed at age 22 to the position of director of the shopping mall area. This was a pointer to his abilities, and it came as no surprise when he eventually became CEO.