Jason Halpern is a unique real estate developer. His family has been involved in developing commercial and residential real estate for 50 years. That makes Jason Halpern the third generation of Halperns that have played a major role in developing New York real estate. Jason Halpern took over the family business, JMH Development, in 2010 when he became managing partner. The company currently has more than $500 invested in New York real estate. It include Class A commercial space and numerous residential apartments in Westchester County and 9 luxury townhouses in the greater Brooklyn area.
Developing historically significant properties is Jason Halpern’s specialty. And he has a stellar track record doing it. He uses his experience, unique development expertise, vision and foresight to make changes that improve the buildings but are also acceptable to all the stakeholders in the communities where the buildings are located. While he is passionate about these projects, he is sensitive to their historical significance, builds rapport with the people in the cities in which he does development and respects the communities in which he works. Those are his guiding principles.
Excellent projects in Brooklyn like the transformation of a warehouse at 184 Kent into 340 luxury apartments, the project called Townhouses of Cobble Hill and many other innovative projects across the state reflect Jason Halpern’s unique vision, expertise and creativity. He has also helped the company to acquire and develop a number of pioneering properties. This has helped the company to prosper and led many people to have even greater respect for the Halpern name in general and JMH Development in particular. They trust that when Jason Halpern and his team take on a project it will be done properly.
But Jason Halpern is more than just an innovative real estate developer, he is also a caring human being. He has given to charitable causes generously of his time and resources and has been involved in many philanthropic endeavors. They include making significant donations to Westchester Medical Center’s Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center. The Level 1 Trauma Center can now handle open-heart surgery, orthopedic surgery, complex emergency neurosurgery, reattachment of severed limbs and care for burn victims and people internal injuries that are life-threatening.
Halpern and JMH Development have created a partnership with Water, the global non-profit charity. JMH donates $20,000 every time someone purchases an apartment in their residential development Three Hundred Collins in Miami. The donations have provided clean, safe water for countless people in Ethiopia and Nepal through its support of Splash and the Relief Society of Tigray. And Jason Halpern remains committed to using his prodigious real estate development expertise to benefit as many people all around the world as possible.