José Auriemo Neto’s Efforts in JHSF

JHSF, a real estate company in Brazil, was the first firm to be involved in recurrent income assets. It involved in the operation of an airport, shopping malls, and hotels. JHSF deals in high-income sectors in residential and commercial properties. Founded in 1972 and with currently more than a thousand employees, the firm has always constructed innovative, presentable and quality developments.

The new venture

In 2001 is when the company first ventured into shopping malls with construction and management of Shopping Metrô Santa Cruz in São Paulo. Later, JHSF created the country’s luxury market, the Cidade Jardim complex, and Fazenda Boa Vista, a residential condominium at Porto Feliz. The inauguration of the airport for executive aviation in the country was JHSF’s 2014 peak project. The São Paulo Catarina Executive Airport was the first private executive port in Brazil. The project also included the first outlet focused on the luxury segment, the Catarina Fashion Outlet.

JHSF’s awards

Throughout its operation, JHSF has been recognized with several awards. North American architect signed The Vitra building, a building designed by Daniel Libeskind for JHSF, as among the best three building in the world. The building was also selected by Worth Magazine to join the world’s ten best residential buildings. In 2014, the company was awarded the best developer in the country and the 2012’s best company in Brazil in the real estate sector by the magazine Epoca Negocios. The Cidade Jardim Corporate Center got the Aqua Sustainable Building Seal and outstanding in other formats award to Caterina Fashion Outlet. JHSF are not showing any signs of slowing down soon, so they are bound to receive more awards.

About José Auriemo

José Auriemo Neto, the chairman of the board of JHSF, started to get involved with the company at a young age. At only seventeen he developed the parking lot division in the firm. Before taking over as the CEO, Mr. Neto approached his father with a proposal of building a high-end complex building at Marginal Pinheiros. It later turned out to be the largest real estate complex in Brazil.

José Auriemo Neto attended the Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado University. Since becoming the CEO, Mr. Neto has led JHSF to partnerships with other great entrepreneurs meant to increase the company’s revenue and opportunity.

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