“JHSF and José Auriemo Neto:Innovative Real Estate Leaders”

Among the Brazilian upper echelon real estate market, JHSF is considered one of the most affluent in the industry. JHSF is renowned for their beautiful architecture in the shopping centers, hotels, airports, restaurants and the like. JHSF was established in 1972 by two brothers, José Roberto Auriemo and Fabio Auriemo. Fabio’s oldest son, Jose Auriemo Neto, joined JHSF in 1993 and created a service’s department sector. Rising up the latter very quickly, he became the chief Executive Officer in 2003 and catapulted the company’s expansion through innovative and unique projects they developed. Mr. Neto is well-known among his constituents and clients for his business acumen and ability to foresee unique opportunity in the real estate industry. Where some companies fail, JHSF is regarded for their quality workmanship and problem solving skills.

JHSF has four sectors and operates in several countries including the United States, Brazil and Uruguay. The different business units they conduct business in are shopping centers, Fasano Hotel and restaraunts, Airports and Corporations. A large percentage of JHSF business dealings is in recurring revenue which are sources that can be counted on in the future. Two of the largest accounts JSFH has acquired is the Catarina Executive Airport and the Catarina Fashion Outlet Shopping Center. JHSF has received many accolades and awards for their notable work, including the “Outstanding in Other Formats” award of the BRAZILIAN SHOPPING CENTERS FORUM, the” Aqua Sustainable Construction Seal” and the “Pinni Award.” The company has a market value worth over one billion dollars and is expected to grow with sustainable commercial real estate ventures.

JHSF utilizes and operates within the best environmentally friendly and sustainable building practices. They built the first and most large sustainable Corporate center in Brazil, The Cidade Jardim. The Cidade Jardim was given the AQUA certificate for High Environmental Quality during the design and schedule stages of construction. JHSF is also involved in several educational and healthcare philanthropic causes and foundations which are included in the following list.

  • Verdescola
  • The Ayrton Senna Institute
  • Brazil Foundation
  • Childhood Brazil
  • Business Leaders Group/Businessman for Human Development
  • ABRACE

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JHSF developments showcase the sagacity and foresight of Jose Auriemo Neto

Building a billion-dollar real estate development is never an easy task. Much less of an easy task is building a billion-dollar real estate development on an area that could best be described as a trash heap. But such is the skill and vision of JHSF Participacaoes CEO Jose Auriemo Neto that he is capable of transforming nearly any site into a world-class luxury real estate development.

One such case was the development of the Parque Cidade Jardim, a sprawling, high-end luxury real estate complex that has proven to be one of the most successful in the history of Brazil. Today, Parque Cidade Jardim is the centerpiece of the Sao Paulo metro area. It boasts millions of square feet of the most luxurious commercial and residential real estate floor space in the city as well as the single largest luxury shopping center in the country. The complex has been a runaway success, achieving 100 percent vacancy before it was even complete.

But the fact that it even exists at all is an astonishing thing. Back in the year 2000, a young executive by the name of Jose Auriemo Neto first spotted the property, located at the intersection of two of Brazil’s most heavily trafficked highways. At the time, he took the idea to his father, legendary real estate developer Fabio Auriemo, who quickly shook his head and told him that he did not believe that it could ever be turned into a profitable venture. But Auriemo Neto was certain of the math. Even though the property consisted of nothing more than a trash-strewn wasteland with a number of badly decaying and derelict buildings, Auriemo Neto easily saw through the superficialities of the deal. Within one year, he had raised the necessary capital and was beginning the groundbreaking ceremony on the vast project.

Construction took little more than a year. By 2003, the first residents and businesses were moving into the radically transformed property. The entire area significantly beautified the city, leading to positive knock-on effects, with other desirable tenants wishing to move closer to the highly sought-after complex.

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