Jason Halpern is an indisputable authority in the fast-rising real estate sector of the U.S. Since he rose to the helm of JMH Development in 2010, the company has spent over $500 million on projects in New York State. Jason led a team of architects and developers to handle an 184 Kent project where they developed 340 luxury apartments out of a warehouse.
Stellar record of Jason Halpern
Jason’s unprecedented development expertise, experience, and passion for restoring historically landmarked buildings have guided JMH Development in the buying and upgrading of many unique, pioneering properties. Jason’s talents for building and upgrading properties located in historic districts have helped him stamp authority in the development scene. Before initiating any project, he works on his relationship with the community residing in that particular locality. He advocates the JMH’s values of giving utmost respect to historically prominent buildings and the communities that live in that particular region.
Making a difference
Other than transforming various cities throughout the U.S. into economic capitals, Jason Halpern actively involves himself in charitable endeavors. He has allotted a significant portion of his personal earnings to Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center, which occupies a few buildings at Westchester Medical Center. The Level 1 Trauma Center boasts pioneering facilities and experts to conduct reattachment of damaged limbs, open-heart surgery, orthopedic surgery, and even the complex emergency neurosurgery. The trauma center provides remarkable treatment to burn victims, people whose life is in danger due to several life-threatening internal wounds, young pregnant women, and children.
Corporate social responsibility
JMH Development and its workers support Jason Halpern in his mission of supporting the needy and dealing with life-threatening conditions. JMH pledged to hand out $20,000 of every payment it will receive from its ongoing Three Hundred Collins development project to subsidize the cost of various water projects being undertaken in Nepal and Ethiopia. Since 2015, JMH has donated the pledged amount to a non-profit water foundation that oversees the execution of water projects in those countries. Over 650 locals in Nepal and Ethiopia have been getting clean, drinkable water from JMH Development through its partnership with Relief Society of Tigray and the prominent Splash.