Jason Halpern is a professional who is highly acknowledged in the real estate development sector. He is based in New York and owns a company that is known as the JMH Development. Halpern acts as the managing director of the firm and has led it in establishing buildings in various American cities. He has developed excellent real estate expertise because his parents ventured in the industry. The businessman kicked off his profession by working at Halpern Enterprise, which is a firm that was created by his father. The primary focus of JMH Development is in the construction of both residential and commercial properties.
Since inception, JMH Development has constructed buildings that are worth about $500 million. The main areas where the firm has established real estate properties include New York, Manhattan, Westchester County, and Miami. It has specialized in renovating old, abandoned structures to become luxurious homes and business spaces. JMH Development understands the importance of historical buildings to communities in the surrounding areas, and therefore, it consults the before beginning development processes.
JMH Development has built significant properties that are considered as landmarks. It redeveloped an old warehouse that was located at 184 Kent into a residential building that comprises of 340 luxurious apartments. The firm also built nine top-notch townhouses in Brooklyn by renovating Townhouses of Cobble Hill. The homes have become among the best in Brooklyn. Another major project of JMH Development was the Aloft South Beach Hotel that the company developed by improving the Ankara Motel.
Besides the establishment of top-notch real estate properties, Jason Halpern donates towards important courses in the community. He is greatly appreciated by the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center for being one of its top sponsors. The health care facility has been constructed at the Westchester Medical Center and has specialized in offering emergency surgeries. As a Level 1 trauma facility, it deals with neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, healing of broken limbs, and open-heart surgery. JMH Development has also facilitated initiatives that aim at offering clean water to the people of Nepal and Egypt. It has worked on the project with different non-profit organizations, and more than 650 families have benefited.