Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure specialist and finance professional who has worked to help improve his home country of Brazil for a good portion of his life. He has been advocating for the improvement of the Rio de Janeiro Harbor area for many years and has been disappointed that the Port Zone is full of abandoned buildings and empty streets. The area has one of the highest numbers of unoccupied residential dwellings as well, and it was recently discovered that four fifths of the region’s real estate is incomplete. Some buildings have multiple floors that are empty, Jens finds this unacceptable.
Felipe Montoro Jens recently noted that the Porto Maravilha region was looking to grow during the Olympics. There had been ten hotels set up in the area, which made it look as if growth was inevitable. The problem was that everything slowed down tremendously after the Olympic games were over. While many commercial properties are sitting empty, 90 percent of residential properties in the area are vacant, too. This has forced people to rent their properties for very low prices. Read more about Montoro Jens at baptista.com
Felipe Montoro Jens does see a light at the end of the tunnel for the Port Region in Brazil. The real estate sector has been reporting growth, and it is expected that many of the vacant buildings in the area will be filled soon. Bradesco Seguros bought up the Port Corporate building, and there has been news that a major law firm from America will be setting up shop in the area.
Felipe Montoro Jens serves with Energipar Captação S.A. as its CEO. He is an expert in economic waste and building infrastructure and has worked with corporations and state governments, alike. He studied at the Getulio Vargas Foundation where he earned his business degree. He also attended the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University.
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