Jason Halpern is a real estate developer born in 1975. As a young man, Jason has been able to thrive in his career of choice. Although in his first job at JMH Development, Halpern’s skills remain unmatched at the company for a person of his age. Since Jason joined JMH Development in 2010, the corporation has invested $500 million in housing projects around New York. Besides, Jason has initiated a project in 184 Kent to have an old warehouse get converted into a huge luxury apartment. Jason has also been instrumental in the development of townhouses in Brooklyn. In his six-year career, Halpern has brought innovation to JMH Development. The company specializes in the construction of residential and commercial buildings around New York. Also, Jason Halpern has found a place in Parametric Dining LLC as the company’s director, a prestigious post for a young man.
Since its inception, JMH Development has been creating luxurious residential and commercial apartments throughout the New York region. Besides, the corporation has also set up some of the most spectacular buildings in Brooklyn, Miami Beach, and Manhattan. Working with a great team of professionals, JMH Development has been able to engage its clients in the different phases of construction. Moreover, JMH Development under the leadership of Jason Halpern has had deep involvements in the preservation of places of historical importance by carrying out renovations and facelifts.
A few years ago, Jason Halpern with the assistance of JMH Development undertook a project to refurbish the Aloft South Beach. Since time was of the essence, JMH Development happened to partner with other contractors including Madden Real Estate Ventures, Plaza Construction, and ADD Inc. When complete, loft South Beach would rest where the Motel Ankara once stood. Specifics of the project were to come up with a 235-room hotel with each room being incredibly generous in size. The construction site got selected since when complete, it would offer not only visitors with quality accommodation but also an opportunity to view a beautiful waterfront that one can easily gain access to through Collins Canal and Lake Pancoast. Above all, the location was ideal because it was close to the Miami Beach Convention Center, Art galleries in the area, restaurants, bars, boutiques, malls, and the Bass Museum of Art.
With a state of the art fitness facility, outdoor pool, roof deck lounge, and a conference space, the area would offer tourists with optimum activities to navigate through. Thanks to Jason Halpern, the project was completed on time. Therefore, Jason has learned the tools of his trade in less than a decade. With an intelligent mind full of ideas, Jason Halpern will surely take JMH Development to the right direction through innovation and technology.