Jason Halpern was born in a family that has had generations of real estate developers. They are based in New York and have been working in the sector for more than five decades. His family had a third generation real estate company that established and managed more than one hundred buildings in different parts of the Westchester County and New York City. They were also the proprietors of a high-end property that was later developed to have the millions of square feet that they leased for commercial use.
Mr. Halpern’s first job in the real estate business was at his father’s construction company, which was called Halpern Development. He then established and headed the JMH Development. The firm has been devoted to developing real estate assets in some of the leading residential and tourist locations such as Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Miami Beach. The company has been acquiring land and constructing top notch buildings that are marketable. Jason Halpern loves his job as a real estate developer and has been motivating the employees of JMH Development to build revolutionary property. The firm has also been acquiring historical buildings and transforming them into luxurious apartments that can be rented by people. It has also been creating jobs for the people of the cities that it conducts construction projects.
Some of the other activities of the company include the reconstruction of the old Motel Ankara, which is based in the Miami Beach into the high end Aloft South Beach. JMH collaborated with the Plaza Construction, Madden Real Estate Adventures, and ADD, Inc to complete the hotel, which has 235 rooms. It is close to the Lake Pancoast and Collins Canal. JMH also formed a significant construction project at Brooklyn’s 184 Kent Avenue to develop a luxurious residential apartment that has 340 units. The company changed the Townhouses of Cobble Hill that are also Brooklyn-based and established nine townhouses.
Jason Halpern is a charitable individual. He is a busy person who is involved in several projects, but he does not forget to give back to communities in the United States and abroad. He supports Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center, which has been constructed at the Westchester Medical Center. The medical facility has been offered Level I accreditation due to its ability to provide emergency heart surgeries. The procedures that it offers include orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, and open heart surgery. It also attends to patients who have fractured limbs and internal bleeding. Mr. Halpern’s company has also partnered with various non-profit organizations to supply clean water in areas of Nepal and Egypt. Its charity work in the region has support about 650 homesteads. The company pledged to offer donations from every construction deal that it won.