Jason Halpern: Successful Real Estate Developer And Caring Philanthropist

Jason Halpern is a unique real estate developer. That’s because his niche is using innovative methods to develop landmarked building. Halpern comes by his interest in real estate development honestly. His family has been building and managing properties in New York for over 50 years. That encompasses three generations of the Halpern family. The Halpern family has been behind the construction of millions of square feet of commercial space and hundreds of residential properties in Westchester County and New York City. The family has developed a reputation for the highest quality work.

Jason Halpern
Jason Halpern

In 2010 Jason Halpern became JMH Development’s founder and managing partner. His family background made him uniquely qualified for the job. Plus he has a love for improving communities through the use of his real estate development expertise. Part of the reason for Halpern’s success is his ability to connect with stakeholders in the communities in which he works. His guiding principle is respect for the communities in which he does his real estate development. He also has the vision and foresight to acquire and develop pioneering properties in innovative ways. It’s his passion.


The Halpern family and JMH Development currently has over $500 million invested in commercial and residential properties in New York state. They include a warehouse at 184 Kent that they are turning into 340 luxury apartment. Plus JMK Development has added 9 luxury townhouses through development work they have done in the greater Brooklyn area on a project called the Townhouses of Cobble Hill. Jason Halpern’s development expertise, vision and foresight enable him to add a special touch to the historically significant buildings on which he works.


But Jason Halpern is more than just a real estate developer. He’s also committed to helping people in the communities in which he lives and works. One cause to which he has given lots of his time and resources is Westchester Medical Center’s Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center. The Level I Trauma Center has the facilities, equipment and staff to handle open-heart surgery, reattaching severed limbs, treating burn victims as well as doing even the most complex emergency orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery. The center is also able to care for children, pregnant women and people with life-threatening internal injuries.


Jason Halpern and JMH Development also launched a partnership with the global non-profit charity Water. The company donates $20,000 to provide clean water for water projects in in Nepal and Ethiopia every time someone signs a contract to purchase an apartment in JMH’s residential development Three Hundred Collins located in Miami. That partnership has enabled Splash and Relief Society of Tigray to provide clean, safe water for hundreds of people living in challenging circumstances in Ethiopia and Nepal.


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