Since 2003, when he was named CEO of JHSF Partcipacoes located in Brazil, José Auriemo Neto has strategically increased revenue. He has been with the real estate development company for over two decades, and in that time he transformed the company into a major real estate contender in the country of Brazil and abroad.
In 1998 he negotiated the rights for the Metrô Santa Cruz mall located in São Paulo. In the previous year, he created the parking deck management subdivision of the company named Parkbem. José Auriemo Neto is famous for his retail real estate portfolio created by overseeing the JHSF development projects that launched partnerships with Jimmy Choo, Hermes, and confirmed the introduction of R.E.D. Valentino stores in Brazil. International developments are located in New York City and Uruguay.
Some of the most prominent locations are:
- Cidade Jardim shopping complex in Säo Paulo
- Bela Vista in Salvador
- Ponta Negra shopping centre in Manaus
JHS started in 1972 as a construction company in São Paulo by two brothers named Fábio and José Roberto Auriemo. The vision of what JHS would come to be was realized with blood, sweat, tears, and business savvy. After becoming the leading real estate company in Brazil, JHSF is responsible for introducing unprecedented urban integration for Brazil. Luxury hotels, apartment buildings, and the various commercial real estate have revamped Brazilian metropolitan skylines. The two brothers split the company in 1990, with Fabio focusing real estate development which turned into JHSF Partcipacoes.
In 1993 Fabio brought in his son José Auriemo Neto. A member of the Young Presidents Organization, an alumnus of the Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) University in São Paulo, José Auriemo Neto has been groomed for the responsibilities and expectations of chairman and chairman and chief executive officer.