Jason Halpern is Creating Upmarket Hotspots from Historically Important Street Corners

Jason Halpern: Born to Develop Property

Jason Halpern is an experienced property developer based in New York. He is the founder and principal at JMH Development, a leading privately owned developer and manager of premier residential and commercial properties and hotels across the country. Jason has extensive experience in the real estate development sector. He has interests in New York City and Westchester County. He is at the forefront of transforming historical landscapes and famous street corners into sprawling eclectic masterpieces that attract elite clientele and businesses to the neighborhood.

Jason Halpern: with Production

JMH Development is slowly changing the skyline in prime locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Florida. From more than fifty years in the industry, the company has excelled in site research and building design, construction and marketing. They are an excellent fit for handling prime projects including the trending mixed-used developments. The company is committed to preserving historically important buildings while upgrading them to usable space.

Jason Halpern with his Working Mates

Some of the award-winning iconic developments in the company’s portfolio include high-end assets such as the legendary luxury rentals on 184 Kent and high-end homes in Cobble Hill, New York. They also have South Beach Starwood Hotel and Three Hundred Collins in Florida, and 70 Henry in Brooklyn Heights. Additionally, they have a dual-branded joint development between Hilton Hotels and Homewood Suites in Long Island City.

Jason’s Family

The one thing all the developments have in common is that they are located at strategic street corners with deep historical connections to the local community. Under Jason Halpern’s leadership, previously abandoned warehouses are becoming luxury apartments, and street corners are quickly becoming deluxe hotels.

Jason Halpern has a knack for noticing abandoned nooks and turning them around to become favorite hotspots for people to live and work. This creates a strong relationship with the local community. In most restoration and remodeling instances, the structural architecture is retained for historical reasons while upgrading the building to a contemporary design.

Jason Halpern is an active philanthropist. He generously supports the Westchester Medical Center’s Joel Halpern Trauma Center. Through JMH Development, he is expanding his charitable reach. For example, in 2015, he was heavily involved in a project to provide safe, clean water to hundreds of Ethiopian and Nepalese locals.