Jason Halpern is an individual who has made a fortune in the real estate development sector. He is the founder of JMH Development, which is a company that has completed several construction projects in different U.S cities. Halpern serves as the firm’s managing director and is the overall head of all its undertakings. The family of the real estate developer has been active in the sector for about five decades. His father was the founder of Halpern Enterprise, which became Jason’s first employer. JM Development has specialized in constructing both commercial and residential property.
JMH Development has to date overseen projects that are worth more than $500 million. Most of the properties that the firm has completed are located in New York City and Westchester County. The company has specialized in renovating old buildings in different cities to transform them into luxurious apartments and top notch commercial spaces. The buildings that JMH Development reconstructs are historical, and therefore, Jason consults the community before the company begins its projects.
Mr. Halpern has led the company in renovating an abandoned warehouse that was located in 184 Kent. The building was reconstructed to become highly luxurious apartments that have more than 340 units. The houses were leased out while others were sold. Another major project that has been completed by the firm in Brooklyn is the Townhouses of Cobble Hill. The company completed nine luxurious townhouses that it added to its list of high-quality homes.
Jason has also made a great impact on the community through his philanthropic undertakings. He has been a sponsor of Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center, which a healthcare provider that has been established at Westchester Medical Center. The facility has been rated as a Level I trauma center. It has the best medical equipment and has employed excellent medical professionals. The medical services that are offered at the facility include emergency neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, open-heart surgery, and fixing broken limbs. JMH Development has also worked nonprofit organization to provide clean water to the people of Nepal and Egypt. The company donates $20,000 for every contract that it signs in the Three Hundred Collins residential development that being constructed in Miami.