The Halpern Family Business

Jason Halpern is head of JMH Development. Halpern has been at the top of the ladder since taking over in 2010. Halpern, along with all of the employees of his company oversee the renovation of sale of properties in major markets all over the United States. Halpern is from a long line of real estate developers, third generation to be exact.


The family business began in New York City, where the Halperns built dozens of residential buildings in the area, eventually branching off for commercial locations. Jason has taken the knowledge passed on from his father and other relatives and has taken their dream and turned it into a reality. He has taken his name and made it one of the heavy hitters in the United States real estate development market. A family business that once only operated in New York City, which in itself is a great accomplishment, has now widened its reaches to places like Miami Beach, Florida.

jason halpern
jason halpern

The most recent of these out-of-state developments is a project in conjunction with Madden Real Estate Ventures and includes the remodeling of a historic motel and a brand new eight story tower. The new hotel will be known as Aloft South Beach. The building will include an outdoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. I’m sure Miami Beach will welcome the new addition considering the success of one of JMH’s previous renovations in Brooklyn, which added 340 luxury homes on Kent Avenue.


When he is not insuring that citizens of his own country have appropriate places to live he is donating water to those less fortunate. In 2015, during the construction of a Miami residential area, he donated 20,000 dollars from every contract to a water provision charity. The water was provided to nearly 700 Nepalese and Ethiopian. Halpern is also involved in a local New York hospital.


JMH prides itself from insuring that the community comes first when they develop new buildings. It is no doubt this is due to the leadership and the expertise of Jason Halpern, and it would be rude to not mention the knowledge of housing development that was passed on to him by his families members before him.


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