Jerome Hollo


Following an internship with the Chief Judge for the Southern District of Florida, Jerome Hollo obtained a Juris Doctorate in 1993. Jerome then practiced with the law firm of Rosenthal, Rosenthal, and Rasco, where he established a leading transactional practice. In 1994, he was recognized by his peers and was elected to the Board of Directors of the Miami-Dade County Bar Association, where he served for three years. Jerome joined FECR in 1995 and presently serves as Co-CEO and General Counsel for the company.

Jerome has become intimately involved in all facets of the business—from the acquisition and development of the Hobe Shops retail center in 1995 to the design and approval of Bay Parc Plaza, a 471-unit residential apartment building in Downtown Miami. He has directed the closely-held company, Quantum Development Group, which has been developing land and building single-family homes in the Orlando area since 1995. Jerome also spearheaded marketing, sales, and construction of the Townhomes of Quayside. Additionally, Jerome has been directing FECR’s projects in the New York area, including the completion of the Element Condominium on Manhattan’s West Side, 20 East End on the Upper East Side, and The Summit Club in Armonk, New York. More recently, Jerome has directed project development and management for Panorama Tower, the tallest building in Florida, as well as the predevelopment work for the new One Bayfront Plaza, which, when completed at 1,049 feet, will be the tallest structure south of New York.

Jerome has been directly involved and routinely liaisons with municipal, community, and civic organizations. In 2002, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the City of Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA), which oversees the growth and development of Miami’s core district. In addition, he has been inducted as a Founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and, in May 2011, he was recognized by the business community and Business Leader Magazine as a Business Leader of the Year for Commercial Development. Jerome sits on the Visiting Committee for both the University of Miami School of Arts and Sciences and the University of Miami School of Law Real Property Development Committee. He is a Board Member of the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center and is also involved with JAFCO, March of the Living, Achieve Miami, and Camillus House. Further, he has been named as a Power Leader in Real Estate by South Florida Business Journal in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.