In the real estate space of the United States, Jason Halpern is a familiar name. He presently serves as the Chairman and CEO of the JMH Development firm, which is a family business that has been running for decades. It is a company that was first established to serve the New York State by the grandfather of Jason Halpern, and till date continues to be a major player in the real estate space of the New York State and the city. The company is known for its ultra-luxurious residential and commercial development that is designed and developed to suit the taste of the new users.
JMH Development’s primary focus was and always has been the state and city of New York, but the company has expanded over the years and is now has projects in many different developing areas. Some of the places where JMH Development has the projects under development or have developed in the past couple of years, including Brooklyn, Miami Beach, and Manhattan.
One of the most recent projects that the company took on was at 184 Kent, where the company developed a 340 luxurious apartment complex. The property was a defunct warehouse that the JMH Development bought and completely transformed into a beautiful residential complex, which is the home to many families today. One other project that JMH Development took under the leadership of Jason Halpern is the Cobble Hill Project, situated in the Greater Brooklyn Area. The project consisted of the highly luxurious and exemplarily designed nine townhouses.
In the future, Jason Halpern plans to take the company’s outreach to many other states in the country, and many new projects are already under development in and around the New York State. In the fast developing regions of Brooklyn, Queens, and Williamsburg, JMH Development has a particular interest and has developed scores of property, and has many new projects in the pipeline. One of the passions and interest of Jason Halpern is to acquire excellent properties that have heritage value and restore it comprehensively. JMH Development has taken on several such projects and completed the same in the New York State.