Jason Halpern, the development principal at JMH, has a reputation for restoring historically rich structures. He says that, a new beginning is signaled by the topping off of old buildings. JMH, the company led by Jason, has completed the topping off a great structure: the Aloft South Beach. Jason feels that this is a great milestone signaling a fresh start. The Aloft hotel, in Miami, has 235 rooms and is topped off remarkably well.
The plan, by Jason, was to have a lounge on the roof deck of the Aloft. There shall be a fitness center running 24 hours. There shall also be a meeting space, which shall be used for either business or social gatherings. Emerging local artists will have a base to showcase their talent. Celebrated bands will also have the opportunity to entertain folks.
The Aloft South Beach is a reuse of Motel Ankara: a historic structure. The building will have a tower of eight-stories. This structure will be the firstsince 2009 to be newly constructed on the South Beach. The project, which was developed by Jason’s JMH Development, offers larger rooms compared to competitors.
JMH Development with Jason
This is a real estate company with a wealth of experience in developing property in U.S. This company has pioneered in the development of unique properties. Indeed, the company in recent years completed the renovation of 184 Kent Avenue. The result was creation of 340 luxury residential rentals. Recently, JMH started working on nine townhouses in Brooklyn.The Cobble Hill property is an amalgam of 9 luxury townhouses. JMH is determined to create successful properties country wide.
Jason, Founder of JMH, is a managing partner in the successful real estate business. His family has been in the real estate business for a long time. He is now of the third generation of Halpern real estate success. In New York, the family has been constructing and running various properties. In Westchester County the family has repeated the stellar performance by building many residential apartments. Jason has taken the company forward with his vision.
Jason is especially notorious for developing in historic areas. JMH’s goal to develop historically significant estates is carried out successfully as Jason builds rapport with relevant stakeholders. He believes that, respecting the culture of the community within which the company is developing is a key part of successful completion.
Philanthropy has not been left behind by Jason. In 2015, his company was responsible for funding water projects in Ethiopia and Nepal through Splash and the Relief Society of Tigray. Many homesteads in Ethiopia and Nepal are beneficiaries of the water project. Jason has also invested heavily in the Westchester Medical Centre’s trauma department. Through his contribution the Centre can offer emergency neurosurgery, limb reattachment and open heart surgery. The Centre owing to generous contributions from JMH and others, offers services to pregnant women, injured persons and burn victims.