How has José Auriemo Neto changed JHSF?

In 1972 two brothers came together to establish what was known at the time as JHS. The construction company would grow into a formidable force within the company, and by 1990 the two brothers decided to split it into two companies marking the birth of JHSF.

JHSF was left under Fábio Auriemo, and he chose to focus on the real estate market. Today the public company has more than five hundred employees and with a market value of an estimated R $ 1.20 billion. At age seventeen Fábio Auriemo’s eldest son José Auriemo Neto came to work for the company, and he would immediately be tasked with overseeing the deployment of the company’s parking lot division. The division is what is known today as Parkbem. This was a baptism by fire, but as his confidence and experience grew, he would get more responsibilities being entrusted with the management of the mall area by age 22.

These responsibilities are part of the reason he was able to take over as CEO at 27. Today JHSF has expanded its portfolio venturing into Real estate development, both residential and commercial developments, shopping malls, hotels and restaurants. This has all been made possible by the positive outlook within the country’s real estate market and the continued growth of the economy. They have also been able to venture into new markets with the development of residential condominium Las Piedras in Punta del Este located in Uruguay and 815 on 5th avenue in New York. JHSF also has various projects within Brazil that include

Shopping Cidade Jardim in São Paulo

The mall was opened in 2008 and serves the high-end segment of the market. Located in Morumbi the mall has more than 180 stores, most of which are high-end retail centres for various international brands. The development also houses four skyscrapers both commercial and residential.

Shopping Bela Vista in Salvador

Located in Horto Bela Vista, it houses five commercial and 24 residential towers. The community here will also have access to a luxury hotel, clubs and schools.

Other developments include

Catarina Fashion Outlet in São Roque

Shopping Ponta Negra in Manaus

Fasano group hotels and restaurants