Jason Halpern is among the most successful real estate development professionals in the New York. He started venturing in the sector about three decades ago and currently acts as the founding partner of JMH Development, which is a renowned construction firm. Halpern has led the enterprise in completing different housing projects in various cities across the United States. He has exceptional skills and talent in real estate development since his father and grandfather have ventured in the field for decades. Before starting JMH Development Jason gained a lot of experience by working at Halpern Enterprise, which was his father’s company. His business has currently focused on the development of the both commercial and residential premises.
JMH Development has handled real estate development projects that are estimated to be worth more than $500 million. The primary locations where the firm has constructed building include Westchester County, New York, Manhattan, and Miami. It has managed to renovate several old structures by transforming them into modern commercial spaces and luxurious apartments. JMH Development respects communities and has been seeking their permission before it begins reconstruction of buildings that are historical to them.
Under the leadership of Mr. Halpern, JMH Development has completed several projects. The company improved an abandoned warehouse that was at 184 Kent by transforming it into a modern building that had 340 apartments. Another significant project of the firm was the development of nine luxurious houses in Brooklyn by rebuilding the Townhouses of Cobble Hill. The housing units are considered among the best in the region.
Jason has always been determined to improving the lives of the communities that his company serves. He is appreciated for being among the major benefactors of the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center, which is housed in the Westchester Medical Center. The health care provider is considered as a Level 1 trauma facility and has focused on dealing with emergency surgeries. The hospital benefits patients who need orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, open-heart surgery, and fixing broken limbs. JMH Development has also given back to the community by starting a clean water initiative in Egypt and Nepal. Its project has benefited about 650 homes.