Making it big in the real estate business is no mean feat of achievement. It becomes further difficult if you are trying to penetrate places like Brooklyn, Manhattan and indeed the rest of the New York State. It takes pure guts, sheer wit and a lot of money to get started out as a realtor in the first place. The Halpern family is one of New York’s leading real estate barons and they’ve been at the top of this lucrative niche for three decades today.
Current estimates place the amount of money doled out to fund projects by JMH Properties owned by the Halpern’s to stand a little shy of one billion dollars. And that is just in the span of a couple of financial years alone. In 2010, JMH Development got tasked with the lead responsibility for overseeing the construction of a behemoth project which culminated in the setting up of 184 high-end apartments. That project took place in the Kent area. In the Brooklyn area, they’ve completed a couple of dozen of townhouses.
Jason Halpern Role at JMH Developer
Jason Halpern, the heir to the multi-million dollar empire founded by his father, plays a very active role in the company. He first started working at his father’s firm on the 2nd of April 2014 as he assumed the role and position of the Principal Director of JMH Developer. Jason is often appearing on news articles relating to the real estate sector. On the 30th September 2016, there appeared an article in the Miami Herald talking about one of his milestone achievements in the industry. The article dubbed, “Aloft South Beach Hotel sold for $105 – and now it’s the Gates.
That loft in South Beach got acquired thanks to the brilliant negotiation skills of Jason Halpern and his team of experts at JMH. Barely a year, the simplistic loft underwent a marvelous transforming witnessing it becoming a front line beach hotel with 235 rooms. The hotel officially got opened in the beginning of 2015. Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony, Jason could not hide his excitement at how fast and flawless the project had proceeded thus far. He took the opportunity to thank all those who had chipped into to make the project a success and he hoped to continue working with them till the very end.