Real Estate business has been experiencing a bitter-sweet growth in the U.S. The markets and economic factors have played a hand in this growth. After the worldwide financial crisis in 2008, many companies and real estate investors experienced a record-low in sales volume.
However, that wasn’t the case for Jason Halpern and his company JMH Development. With proper investments in place and emergency financial recovery plans to handle such a financial shake-down, they were able to survive the crisis and remain in business. Even though their sales volume wasn’t anywhere near impressive, they didn’t lose much of the market.
Jason Halpern comes from the third generation of a family that has been in real estate business with an impressive 50 years track record of developing residential and commercial properties in New York City. He is the founder and serves as the Managing Partner of JMH Development.
His vision and forward thinking has greatly contributed to the growth of JMH Development and enabled it to acquire and build some of the most innovative properties in New York. His unique development expertise combined with his experience has allowed him to develop in historic districts as well as some of the historic buildings.
Through his leadership, Halpern has steered his company in developing thousands of square feet in New York and Miami Beach. He has collaborated with other real estate development companies in multi-million dollar deals, such as the Aloft South Beach that was developed by his company and Madden Real Estate Ventures.
Other than being engaged in real estate business, he also allocates a portion of his time into philanthropic activities. In 2015, JMH Development partnered with Charity: Water where JMH Development donated $20,000 for every contract that was signed in the development of the “Three Hundred Collins.” The initiative was to fund water projects in Nepal and Ethiopia where more than 650 people stood to benefit from the water.