José AuriemoNeto Introduces World-class Real Estate Solutions to Brazil through his JHSF
José AuriemoNeto and his JHSF introduced the world-class real estate solutions to the Brazilians with the best service. JHSF is a leader in providing high end real-estate solutions in commercial, retail, and residential sectors of the industry. The firm founded in 1972, saw significant growth in the recent years under the leadership and guidance of Neto and expanded to new business areas. It won the market by pioneering, quality, daring, and capability to create and present sustainable development solutions through its projects – the characteristics in the firm’s DNA. The strategies of Neto helped the company to expand internationally and has a presence in New York (U.S.), Miami (U.S.), and Punta del Este (Uruguay).
JHSF operates in four business units, and that are malls, developments, Fasano brand hotels and restaurants, and an executive airport in São Paulo. Interestingly, Neto led the firm to establish malls and shopping center division under the company, and currently, it has five units under the mall section in various cities of the country. In addition to that, the firm has set up two retail stores in São Paulo by partnering with Valentino and Ralph Lauren. While coming to developments, JHSF has apartments, townhouses, modern office centers, forest resorts, condominiums, resorts, and more. The firm has eight units of Fasano hotels that are in major Brazilian cities, the U.S., and Uruguay. Additionally, it also has 15 restaurants in the major cities of the country. The executive airport is a hub for the international business community, and it started its operations in 2016.
Neto started working with the firm in 1993 and helped it to open the business in new areas including shopping complex and retail sectors. In 1997, he assisted JHSF to establish a parking lot management firm called Parkbem. Neto secured the license, design, and supervised the construction of the company’s first shopping mall, Shopping Santa Cruz, in 1998.
Post-2000, Neto joined hands with international retail brands, Pucci, Hermes, and Jimmy Choo and opened their outlets. He helped the firm to shape its sustainability mission in the projects and oversees all the projects under the sustainability standards. Earlier, Neto completed his graduation from Fundação Armando ÁlvaresPenteado, São Paulo.