José Auriemo Neto’s Dedication to Luxury Real Estate

Posted by Cameron on October 8, 2017 in Businessman, Real Estate |

José Auriemo Neto is a leading businessman in luxury real estate development sector. Mr. José Auriemo Neto has been serving as the Chief Executive Officer for JHSF Par from 2003 to date. He came into JHSF Par companies 24 years ago, in 1993 and launched the service department. The new office came to fruition with the creation a parking lot management company, Parkbem.

José Auriemo Neto served as the Chief Executive Officer for JHSF Participacoes SA from 2006 to May 2014. He was also appointed as a Member of Board of Executive Officers on March 26, 2009, and he is still serving there do date. In 1998, he initiated the shopping center department at JHSF when got the sole rights to develop Santa Cruz Shopping center. He successfully managed and saw the project to completion.

Some of his notable projects include Shopping Cidade Jardim located in São Paulo and the Fasano Hotels. The Shopping Cidade Jardim is a complex which has enclosed a shopping mall with residential and commercial towers connected as parts of the giant structure. JHSF has been involved in various operations in developing shopping malls, luxury real estate apartments, hospitality and gastronomy sectors both nationally and internationally.

José Auriemo Neto is dedicated to the success of his projects such that there are times it becomes necessary for him to move with his family to the country where his latest development projects are taking place. It was José who introduced brands like Hermès, Jimmy Choo and Valentino to Brazil. He has been mentioned as one of the most influential people in the world.

José Auriemo Neto was the most significant donor in the 2012 elections giving $ 3 million to aid the national campaigns. His donation was a hidden gift, and he did not disclose which candidates benefited from the contribution.

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