JHSF is a real estate company that was founded in 1972 and is based in Brazil. It is a leading company in the luxury real estate sector of Brazil with essential roles in the private and commercial incorporation, development of shopping centers, international business airport, and high-end hotels. JHSF is well known because of its ability to spot and utilize opportunities for growth in the real estate sector.

JHSF has excellent abilities to provide sustainable solutions by providing quality structures that based on innovation, quality, and daring designs that makes the company stand out. After establishment, the company grew to cities like Salvador, Sao Paulo, Manaus and has gone international as well to countries like Uruguay, New York and Miami in the United States.

Jose Auriemo Neto is the chairman of JHSF. He was born to an entrepreneur father who was doing business in the real estate sector with a company that was developing the residential and commercial building in Brazil. He attended the (FAAP) Fundacio Armando Alvares Penteado University located in Sao Paulo. Jose Auriemo Neto joined JHSF in 1993, and by 1997 the services department was founded after the parking lot management creation. In 1998, he secured the rights to develop the country’s first shopping centers.

Jose Auriemo Neto has worked as the company CEO where he was in charge of overseeing the interest of the organization in building offices, private buildings, and hotels. He has been in charge of seeing the company get into the leading shopping and retail centers by the development of malls and shopping complex including the Sao Paulo based Cidade Jardim, Bela Vista, and Manau’s Penta Negra shopping complex.

Jose Auriemo Neto oversaw the first venture of JHSF into retail in 2009 by approving the partnership with Pucci Jimmi, and Hermes as well as launching the retail luxury in Jardim shopping complex. Later on, in 2012, JHSF partnered with Valentino that led to the launch of Red Valentino stores. JHSF has gone back the growth territory this year following the 2016 and 2017 luxury sales ban in Brazil. The company has registered a 16.1 percent profit and a 2.3 percent growth.