Jason Halpern is a real estate developer and is founder and managing partner of JMH Development. Jason’s family has worked in real estate for generations. He and his company focus on restoring historical buildings, among other projects. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, Jason is involved in philanthropic projects, including the trauma center at Westchester Medical Center in New York and the global charity: water.
The Halpern family real estate portfolio goes back over 50 years. They have been successful in building and managing real estate in New York City and around New York state for decades. Jason Halpern continues the family legacy of real estate development in New York as well as in Miami and other desirable areas across the country.
JMH is a full-service luxury real estate development company. It is owner or developer of numerous residential and business properties across the United States. The company has experience in various stages of real estate development including building design, construction, and marketing.
Jason Halpern’s personal passion, which extends into the focus of his company, is to work in historical districts and help to preserve them in the process of modernization. He strives to get to know and understand the character of these kinds of neighborhoods as part of the project. JMH’s website proclaims a commitment to “respecting the community in which you develop.”
In addition to his professional projects, Jason Halpern has been involved with the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center at Westchester Medical Center in New York, which offers a variety of cutting-edge medical procedures and services. JMH has committed to working with the non-profit charity: water, an organization that helps communities in the developing world secure sustainable long-term access to clean water. For every sale of a condominium unit sold at a Miami Beach property developed by JMH, they committed to donating $20,000 to the charity: water.
Jason Halpern has used his personal success and the legacy of his family to contribute to causes beyond the real estate market. Jason and JMH have helped to preserve historical communities and buildings. Jason has used his financial gains to support philanthropic causes locally and globally.