JHSF Participacaoes is the most important high-end luxury developer in the country of Brazil. Founded in 1972 by Fabio Auriemo, the company quickly began growing from a small regional developer into a national powerhouse. Throughout the 70s and 80s, JHSF Participacaoes took the lead in developing some of the most stunning and luxurious developments that the country had ever seen. After successfully completing millions of square feet of Class A office space and millions more square feet of some of the most luxurious residential condominium developments in South America, JHSF Participacaoes had become the undisputed leader in Brazilian luxury development.
In 1993, Fabio Auriemo’s son, Jose Auriemo Neto, began working at the firm his father had founded. He quickly showed an enormous aptitude for both leadership, technical aspects of the job and the ability to learn every side of the business. By 2001, Fabio Auriemo was ready to retire. The obvious choice for his replacement was his son. Throughout the course of the 2000s, Jose AuriemoNeto took the reins from his father and began taking the company even higher than it already risen. Throughout his time as company president, Auriemo Neto has managed to build some of the largest and most prestigious properties in all of Brazil. These included luxury high-rise condominiums, private airports and high-end mall developments the likes of which are only seen in the most exclusive markets in the world, such as Dubai, Los Angeles and Miami.
One of the capstones of Auriemo Neto’s reign as president of JHSF Participacaoes has been the Parque Cidade Jardim development, in Sao Paulo. This is a sprawling complex that features nine luxury condominium towers, four Class A office space towers and the city’s largest high-end luxury shopping mall. All told, the development consists of millions of square feet of some of the most sought-after and prestigious property in the city of Sao Paulo.
Another ambitious development that the company has undertaken under the tenure of Auriemo Neto has been deconstruction of one of the largest private airports in all of Latin America. Sao Paolo Catarina Executive Airport is to be completed sometime this year. It will consist of an 8,000-foot runway and the most luxurious private airport facilities anywhere in Latin America.