How José AuriemoNeto is helping Solve Brazilian Housing Crisis through JHSF

An MIT news report indicates that there is a shortage of 7 million housing units in Brazil, as of January 2017. The MIT Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism and The School of Architecture and Planning advise that only robust investment in real estate construction can solve the acute need for affordable homes to the people of Brazil.

Luckily, José AuriemoNeto through the JHSF Participacoes SA is among the people working to realize the dream of housing-for-all in Brazil. JHSF is a leading real estate investor whose operations focus on high-income commercial and residential properties. JHSF portfolio is mainly in the development and administration of shopping outlets, upscale hotels, and the Sao Paulo business international airport.

 

JHSF Development of Malls and Upmarket Apartments

Founded in 1972 and listed in the stock market in 2007, the Sao Paulo- based JHSF now operates in Brazil, the United States, and Uruguay. Among the real estate developed by JHSF are the General Motors racetrack, Fasano Hotels and Restaurants, Iguatemi Shopping complex in Sao Paulo, Shopping Metro Santa Cruz, and Shopping Ponta Negra and what JHSF knows.

JHSF Participacoes SA has two subsidiaries- Sustainable Telecom and Sustainable Energy that provide telecommunication and low-priced energy. In partnership with renowned luxury brand Daslu, JHSF has built some fashion chain shops in Sao Paulo. The other JHSF projects include the Cinemark, Reebok Academy, Louis Vuitton, Montblanc.

 

José AuriemoNeto Vision of Upmarket Malls Globally

José AuriemoNeto, chairman, and CEO of JHSF dreams about building deluxe malls worldwide. Neto is happy that the over 40-year old JHSF has impressive projects, such as Shopping Metro Santa Cruz that incorporate a private shopping complex and public transportation, to its name. Neto is in charge of development at JHSF. In 2005, for example, Neto and family lived in New York so that he could supervise the building of a high-rise hotel.

José AuriemoNeto learned the ropes of real estate from his father, who was the originator of the once family-owned JHSF. The architectural masterpiece, ParqueCidadeJardim with hundreds of retail stores, offices, residential towers, and a Fasano Hotel group property is one of Neto’s projects and more information click here.

 

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