Jose Auriemo Neto is an adept real estate developer and investor in Brazil. He has a momentum legacy in commercial and residential properties development and upgrading. He is the JHSF Participacoes Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. This is a real estate company that is just a fulfillment of his inherent passion in the industry.
JHSF Participacoes under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto has to lead to launch and completion of awe structures from shopping malls, apartment, luxury restaurants and international airports. The Metro Santa Cruz shopping complex is a project Jose Auriemo invested heavily regarding skills and time. Parque Cidade Jardim is yet another shopping mall under his realm with multi-purpose offices, stores including an inhabitable tower and the luxurious Fasano Group Hotel.
Other major developments linked to Jose Auriemo are, the Louis Vuitton, Montblanc, Cinemark, Reebok Academy, Pontra Negra and the Iguatemi shopping malls. He managed the development of the Fasano, General Motors racetrack and the busy business airport in Sao Paulo. The JHSF group has diversified its strategies to the energy and telecommunication sectors.
About Jose Auriemo Neto
He is the CEO of the over forty-year-old JHSF Participacoes; founded by his father Fabio Auriemo in 1972 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Jose Auriemo is the force behind some smart structure in commercial and residential use, particularly in Sao Paulo. He is seen as the vision propeller of his father’s dream to grow real estate and bring an ultra modern touch.
Jose Auriemo knows perfectly too well how to build a brand proven from the Metro Tucuruv and Bela Vista in Salvador work. His success has been stemmed down from value partnership with Jimmy Choo, Pucci, Hermes and the R.E.D Valentino stores. He is the founder of Cidade Jardim and worked with the B Store. Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) University is his alma mater. As an accomplished real estate developer he has all the accreditation and rights to develop high-end properties in Brazil. His acumen in real estate has seen the Brazilian economy move forward and competes favorably with other investor hosting markets.