JHSF first became a part of Brazil’s evolving real estate industry in the 1970s, and it has found the pursuit of upscale developments to bring in a striking amount of success when compared to the business models of other real estate organizations throughout Brazil. JHSF moves in both commercial and residential markets, and it is now thriving in foreign markets in addition to everything the success it already had in Brazil. Uruguay, as well as the U.S.A., now boast upscale JHSF developments. The group has an enviable track record it the areas of shopping malls, hotels and even a recently completed executive airport.
The bulk of the JHSF expansion that onlookers witnessed in the 2000s can be attributed to José Auriemo Neto. This Brazilian chairman and chief executive officer has clearly done his part to further the success of JHSF. Before coming to JHSF in the early 1990s, Auriemo first worked hard at FAAP University to earn a valuable degree. In the late 1990s, it was his idea to take a shot at his country’s shopping center industry, and this has been a fruitful decision, bring both success and praise to JHSF for the developments in Sao Paulo, Manaus, Santa Cruz and even Salvador.
You may have heard of Ponta Negra or Bela Vista, but Cidade Jardim get s the most recognition from the general public. José Auriemo Neto has risen rapidly in his current organization, and he is extremely deserving of his achievements. Without him leading JHSF in an innovative way, it is likely that the company’s deals with Pucci, Hermes and Jimmy Cho would not have taken place, and these partnerships are of great value to any business in Brazil that wishes to target a larger percentage of luxury market, especially when it comes to the types of retail names that Cidade Jardim’s customers are in search of.