Jason Halpern is not only the founder and managing partner of JMH Development, but he is also the Director of Parametric Dining LLC. Born January 1, 1975, Jason is third-generation within in a family that has over a 50 year successful history in real estate. Mr. Halpern took over the family business of JMH in 2010, and currently the real estate development company has $500 million invested in various projects within New York State. Under the watchful expertise of Jason Halpern, JMH seeks to distinguish itself for its creation of distinct luxury commercial and residential properties.
JMH focuses on the restoration of historic properties, and the revitalization of properties in highly desirable and growing real estate markets in Manhattan and Brooklyn. JMH Development is responsible for the recent renovation of 184 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn, NY, which created 340 luxury residential rental properties as a result. The neighborhood of Williamsburg has benefited greatly, from the many commercial and residential projects taken on by JMH Development’s vision for real estate, with its attractive property design and feel.
The Aloft Soft Beach Hotel, previously the historic Motel Ankara in Miami, Florida, is a great example of JMH Development’s focus on reuse and adaptation of historic properties. Located in the heart of Miami Beach, the 235-room hotel is one of the first to be opened in South Beach, since 2009. The hotel offers larger rooms than competitors, and allows guests to enjoy a prime waterfront location, while also being minutes from the Miami Beach Convention Center, boutiques, galleries, and night clubs.
Jason Halpern values the importance of respecting the community he selects to develop properties in, thus he seeks to build a rapport with the locations he chooses. This is a key principal for Jason and his success with JMH Development because of his passion for historic buildings and their development. JMH Development has been written about in the Miami Herald and on Business Wire.
In addition to working in real estate, Jason Halpern is also a philanthropist. Jason is invested in the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center at Westchester Medical Center. In 2015, JMH donated $20,000 of every contract signed at its Miami-based Three Hundred Collins residential project to fund water projects in Nepal and Ethiopia.