Jason Halpern is a Real Estate Developer in charge of the JMH Development family business. His father was the originator of JMH Development Real Estate Company that initially operated in Western Westchester. Jason’s family has been in the real estate for more than three decades since then. The father influenced his son’s interest in real estate. Jason recently focuses on multimillion commercial and residential properties across the United States. Halpern says that their success secret lies in the ability to handle single projects at a time. Halpern explains that this allows him sufficient attention on each development.
Halpern’s Projects along 70 Henry Street and the Northern Boulevard Market
JMH Development’s intended project at 70 Henry Street recently received approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Construction is to commence immediately, and JHM aims to rebuild the Brooklyn Cinema Heights into boutique condominium buildings. Morris Adjmi is in charge of the project. He is the chief designer of the company. The company has also targeted the Northern Boulevard market where it intends to build a limited-service hotel.
Halpern’s 8995 Collins Avenue and the 2901 Dr. Miami Beach Projects
Jason frequently takes trips from Brooklyn to South Florida where he oversees other residential projects. The projects include few boutique buildings which he believes are more substantial than the competitive Downtown towers. The company also closed in on a multimillion property along 8995 Collins Avenue where it aims to turn the Surfside Waterfront into luxury boutique condos. He plans that the condo buildings should be designed with same features as the previous South Beach residential houses. The company also finished pre-developments of sales center at 2901 Dr. Miami Beach Indian Creek where it will be launching 15 condominium units.
His Developments on 235 Collins Avenue, 184 Kent and Brooklyn Hill
Jason Halpern has produced unbeaten results in South Florida and Brooklyn where he is currently managing several projects that are already under construction. He launched the Aloft Hotel on 235 Collins Avenue in the South Beach this summer. The Aloft is a redevelopment of the historic Ankara motel. Jason originally bought the site in 2006 for condo projects. He considers the accomplishment of the project as the evidence of his family core in the real estate industry. His company has also developed the 184 Kent warehouse into more than three hundred luxury apartments. The company was also in charge of the construction of the 9 Brooklyn Hill Luxury Townhouses.
Halpern is Goodhearted
Jason is generous and gives support to several Miami charitable organizations. He makes donations to the Collins Metropolitan Art Museum and will be the leader of its annual black-tie social event. Jason also provides free drinking water to Ethiopia and the Nepal.