A Look At Some Of The Projects José Auriemo Neto Has Overseen At JHSF

JHSF is a company based in Brazil which builds high-end real estate projects. They build both residential and commercial properties. They also both build and manage shopping centers, executive airports, and five-star hotels. This firm was established in 1972 and since that time has built many properties across Brazil. They have also expanded operations into both Uruguay and the United States. As of 2017 this publically traded company was valued at R $1.2 billion.

Two brothers founded JHSF, José and Fábio Auriemo, along with a couple of their business partners. Originally it was called JHS and it focused on building properties and incorporation services. JHS split up, though, in 1990 and Fábio took over the part of the company that became JHSF. He started to build shopping centers in 2001 and one of the first that was built was Shopping Metrô Santa Cruz. This mall, located in São Paulo, was the first shopping center in Brazil to have a subway station located inside of it.

José Auriemo Neto is the chief executive officer and chairman of the board of JHSF. He joined this company in 1993 after graduating from the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation. Just four years later he was tasked with creating a new company, Parkbem, which was their new parking lot management firm. After launching this endeavor successfully he was chosen to build the Shopping Metrô Santa Cruz project in 1998.

Along with his wife, Mariana Landmann Auriemo, José Auriemo Neto has two children, a son and a daughter. In 2015 the whole family moved temporarily to New York City for half of a year. The reason for this was that his company was in the process of building a five-star hotel on Fifth Avenue located just across the street from Central Park. After keeping an eye on the project through its completion they then moved back to Brazil.

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