Jose AuriemoNeto is a leading real estate genius that is responsible for one of the largest shopping malls in Brazil. Shopping mall really doesn’t even explain it. There are so many aspects to the developments that it could really be called a city rather than a shopping mall. Perhaps Shopping experience is a better way to reference the project. Those locations have some of the best brand name stores and eateries in the world. It is truly an accomplishment to be proud of.
Neto began in Sao Paolo at the state university and began to immediately create projects that were intended to improve the area economically. Named CidadeJardin, the locations in Sao Paolo was the first. Then later in Menaus, the Ponta Negra was built. In Salvador, the Bela Vista was built for residents to enjoy. All of them are an amazing creation containing shopping, restaurants and even a hotel for people traveling to the area. It has helped the economy of each location where Neto built them. It is a truly great accomplishment.
Neto went to school at Fundação Armando ÁlvaresPenteado and the University of Sao Paolo. His first job was with JHSF, back in 1993. That was where the plans all hatched. It has been an amazing journey of progress and accomplishment. Under JHSF, there have been accolades too. Several awards have been won for the projects that speak to the financial benefits for the local economy. The future of the project is bright for the people of Brazil and any location that Neto and JHSF work to improve economically.
It is truly an inspiration for those that follow in Neto’s steps. Any real estate project can be made better by working towards making any shopping mall project one of distinction. While it can take time, this took years to accomplish, the jobs, entertainment, and culture that it can bring the area can be truly life-changing. It can bring tourists into an area and expand the growth of any location. Remember, if Neto was able to do it, then anyone can.
Learn more about him: https://www.businessoffashion.com/community/people/jose-auriemo-neto