Jason Halpern is a successful real estate developer who is the Founder and Managing Partner of JMH Development. He was born on January 1, 1975, and uses his youth to bring innovative ideas to real estate developing. Jason has a strong vision and a special passion towards historical revitalization and preservation projects. The Halpern Family has laid a footprint throughout the state of New York for the past 50 years, developing commercial property and residential properties. This is where Jason’s property developing skills were groomed. JMH Development is most notable for their projects in Westchester County, NY and hundreds of other projects throughout New York City. Some notable projects completed by Jason’s company are the Townhouses of Cobble Hill in Brooklyn, New York and 184 Kent Avenue in New York. With Jason’s vision for pristine development, JMH Development has also made strides in developing property in South Florida with Three Hundred Collins being the first Floridian project development designed by Jason. JMD Development developed the Aloft South Beach, a snazzy redevelopment of the historic Motel Ankara. The Aloft South Beach features an eight-story tower that offers a luxurious hotel experience for tourist and Florida residents to relish while taking in the preservation of the historic Motel Ankara.
Jason’s philanthropic thumbprint has taken JMD Development in a visionary direction. He has led the initiative for charitable giving in the real estate development industry by pledging to donate $20,000 from every contract signed at their Miami development, Three Hundred Collins, to Charity: Water. This nonprofit organization partners to bring clean water to Ethiopia.
Care and concern are at the heart of Jason’s passion. He ensures that every redesign is met with the JMH Development stamp of excellence. He believes in amplifying the character of the city when he comes in to develop. He is not interested in a cookie-cutter design that drowns out the spirit of the area he is developing. Jason Halpern says, “He respects the city in which he develops,” and with that respect, he has earned a highly respected resume’ of retail and commercial development.