The country of Brazil has a reputation among some for being a backwards, third-world wasteland with a few nice beaches. This stereotype of the country often holds that, outside of a few choice locations on the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil is a country best avoided both physically and in terms of investment. However, this view of the country is outdated at best and has always been false at worst.
What there is no doubt of is that today, companies like JHSF Participacaoes are beginning to radically transform the Brazilian landscape, converting its bustling metropolises into a genuine first-world experience. Today, JHSF Participacaoes is led by Jose Auriemo Neto, son of the firm’s founder and someone who is maybe the only person on earth capable of exceeding his father’s vision and leadership. Under the direction of Auriemo Neto, JHSF Participacaoes has continued to build some of the most sought-after properties in Brazil and some of the most innovative and stunning developments anywhere in the world.
Auriemo Neto has been personally responsible for the construction of some of the most ambitious projects the company has ever undertaken. These include Parque Cidade Jardim, a massive development within the city limits of Sao Paulo, which includes the highest end luxury mall in all of Brazil, nine residential condominium towers, featuring the most luxurious accommodations anywhere in the city and four Class A office space towers, which house some of the biggest names in Brazilian commerce.
It is through developments like these that JHSF Participacaoes, under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, is creating a new Brazil, one in which the elites from all across the globe seek out the country as a place to make their vacation homes, permanent residences and places of retirement.
But Auriemo Neto has also been responsible for the creation of hundreds of thousands of jobs within Brazil itself. This does not merely help the rich and powerful but helps everyday Brazilians who are looking for long-term and steady employment. One such project was the JHSF Participacaoes construction of General Motors Brazilian Proving Grounds, the largest automotive proving ground in Latin America and a source of hundreds of thousands of local jobs in the Sao Paulo area.