There are some people that are born knowing who they are meant to be. Jason Halpern grew up on construction sites. Jason’s father was a leading property developer in Winchester County. Everything that Jason knows, he learned from his father. His father used to bring him onto construction sites.
Even as a young child, Jason’s father would let him sit in during various meetings. Jason grew up listening to his father go over developments with architects, construction trades, and marketing teams. When Jason began high school, he started working summer jobs at some of his father’s projects. His jobs ranged from everything from manual laborer to property manager.
Eventually, Jason founded his own development firm, JMH Development Firm. Naturally, Jason led JMH to be one of the leading real estate development firms in the country. Even though the company is headquartered in New York, JMH has developed properties all over the country.
JMH is renowned for its distinctive approach to renovating abandon properties. It’s the leading developer in the luxury category. JMH has developed some of the most well-positioned properties in some of the most desirable markets.
JMH has received dozens of recognitions for its quality work. Recently, JMH just topped off a luxury hotel in South Beach. The company used a historic building in the heart of South Beach and turned it into the first newly opened hotel in South Beach in nearly a decade. JMH has received recognition for its development of some luxury condos in Brooklyn. The company used an abandoned warehouse and turned it into the center of attention in that area.
Jason enjoys working on every project that JMH takes on. He’s there for every stage of the development process – from start to finish. He prides himself on working with some of the best construction companies and architects in the world.
His company has pioneered many development techniques that can turn any building into a luxurious property. Every member of JMH’s professional team is well-versed in all aspect of property development, including Jason himself.