JMH Development, based in Brooklyn, NY, is a real estate development firm that is enjoying great success by following the leadership of Jason Halpern and his somewhat unique approach to real estate development. Jason Halpern believes in renovating once forgotten properties, some with historical value, into high-end condominiums and apartments. Converting old buildings that were once warehouses, markets, and hotels into residential living spaces with amenities designed to offer the best in luxury living. JMH Development likes to manage a project from start to finish, being familiar in every phase of development including design, site selection, construction, and property management.
Jason Halpern is no stranger to the fast-paced world of real estate development. Jason’s father was a well-known developer of properties in the greater New York area, including apartments, office, and retail spaces. Jason assumed control of JHM Development in 2010, and the company has only continued to prosper. Under his leadership, JMH has developed properties in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and more recently South Florida. Perhaps the best known of these projects is 184 Kent in Brooklyn, New York. Jason and his team at JHM turned a warehouse built in 1913, once the world’s largest grocery store, into 340 luxury apartments, with amenities that include a sensational view of Manhattan, a gym with the latest in exercise equipment and high-end shopping. They are proud of the fact the building is now on the National Register of Historic Places; exemplifying the type of development project Jason loves.
Three Hundred Collins, located in Miami Beach, is a new and exciting luxury condominium project for Jason Halpern. Plans call for 19 units on floors two through five with the lobby also serving as the amenities area. Square footage will vary from 1,000 square feet to 3,700, most units will have from one to four bedrooms, but there will be four two-story condos and three penthouses. Marble bathrooms and kitchens, wide-plank white oak floors, large terraces, and 18-foot ceilings in the two-story units are only a few of the amenities offered. Residents will enjoy three fitness centers, front desk concierge service, and a huge swimming pool. Sotheby’s International Realty is the only sales and marketing agent for this project; units priced from $1.2 million to $9 million. Jason feels they have been very thorough in the design of this project, stating this is not your typical Miami condo.
For Jason, it’s not always about work. He enjoys an active personal life spending as much time as possible with his son. They have traveled throughout the United States often attending New York Giants football games and recently visited Costa Rica to go scuba diving. Jason is also a big fan of NASCAR, his father at one time sponsored a racing team, and he would someday like to return to the series as a driver.