Jason Halpern is a very successful real estate developer. He is also a caring philanthropist. The managing director of JMH Development, a company his grandfather started over 5 decades ago, he not only oversees projects valued in excess of $500 million, he has helped the company to grow in significant ways as well. When Jason Halpern took over at JMH Development in 2010, the company was known for the millions of square footage of top of the line commercial space and countless luxury apartment homes they had developed in Westchester County and New York City. But Jason Halpern has increased the company’s impact.
Since he has taken charge of JMH Development, Jason Halpern has had the company begin to make major inroads in the Brooklyn residential landscape. JMH Development is responsible for the amazing transformation of the property at 184 Kent. Once an abandoned warehouse, under the direction of Jason Halpern it has been turned into 340 luxury apartments. Another major project JMH Development recently completed in Greater Brooklyn is the Townhouses of Cobble Hill. This project was the creation of 9 luxury townhouses in apart of Brooklyn that greatly benefitted from the adding of these high-quality homes.
But the impact of Jason Halpern extends to more than just real estate development. He is also helping the sic and suffering as well. One major project into which he has invest a great deal of time and resources in the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center. Located at the Westchester Medical Center, the facility is a Level I trauma center with the staff and equipment to perform complex emergency neurosurgery, open-heart surgery and orthopedic surgery. The staff there has also been able to reattach severed limbs, care for patients with life-threatening internal injuries as well as help pregnant women and children.
Jason Halpern’s philanthropic activities has also been instrumental in helping people in other parts of the world as well. He currently works with international organizations like the Relief Society of Tigray, Water and Splash to provide clean, safe water to suffering and neglected people in Ethiopia and Nepal. Jason Halpern and JMH Development donates $20,000 to fund water projects worldwide every time a client signs a contract to purchase an apartment at the JMH Development’s Miami-based residential project the Three Hundred Collins residential development.
The charitable endeavors in which Jason Halpern is involved reflect his commitment to use both his talent and resources to help others. This commitments extends from the communities in which he does real estate development to people nationwide and internationally that need his help and support. It shows that Jason Halpern is much more than just a talented real estate developer. He’s also a caring human being.