How Zeco Auriemo Has Transitioned the Brazilian Real Estate Industry through JHSF

The Brazilian real estate sector has been undergoing numerous changes over the past few years. Real estate companies such as JHSF have embraced the embraced the need for sustainable property development in Brazil. Currently, JHSF specializes in the development of unique and well-designed commercial and residential building. The company has also witnessed tremendous growth under the leadership of Zeco Auriemo who serves as an executive at JHSF.

Zeco Auriemo is the president of JHSF. Before becoming an executive, Auriemo was worked JHSF’s parking administration sector. After that, he joined Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado University in Sao Paulo where he studied engineering. After completing his studies, he went back to JHSF and learned more about the real estate sector and the various markets that JHSF had explored.

After assuming a leadership role within JHSF, Zeco Auriemo wanted to emulate his father who had led the company diligently during his tenure as an executive. During Zeco Auriemo’s tenure, JHSF ventured into the incorporation market in the 1990s. The company began developing luxury apartments in areas such as Manaus, Salvador, and even Punta Del Este Uruguay. JHSF also focused on the construction of shopping centers, and they successfully developed the Shopping Metro Santa Cruz and the Metro Tucuruvi.

In the early 2000s, JHSF embarked on the construction of Parque Cidade Jardim, a project that would harbor both residential and commercial buildings. Although Zeco Auriemo was conversant with the high risks involved, he ensured that the Parque Cidade Jardim project was a complete success. The Parque Cidade Jardim was generating huge profits. Eventually, JHSF had grown to the extent that they were allowed to enroll at the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange. Auriemo’s acumen for business is admired by young emerging entrepreneurs who aspire to be part of the real estate industry. Not only is he a role model but a committed service provider.