JMH Development is one of the biggest developers in real estate to do business in the state of New York. Founder and Managing Partner, Jason Halpern, knows what it means to come from a long line of successful real estate developers. Having come from a family with more than 50 years of experience in real estate development, Halpern has a reputation to uphold for managing and constructing some of the top real estate in the country. Halpern has been involved in the building and construction of millions of apartment buildings, commercial buildings, and residential apartments as well. While a majority of Halpern’s development has been focused on Class A commercial buildings, Halpern has continued to put his time and effort into what is considered luxury real estate development.
Jason Halpern is a foreward thinking developer, and he has also been responsible for assisting in the development of historically significant properties that are also a significant part of history. Halpern’s greatest lesson from his family over the years has been to respect the community in which you work, ensuring that your work is consistent with the area around you and speaks to those who live in the community. This is one of the many guiding principles that Halpern has been able to focus on, and it has impacted him for the long-term in his approach to each development as he draws up the strategy.
Outside of Halpern’s laser focus on his development firm, he also believes that it is critical to get involved in the community too. One particular cause to which Halpern is drawn is the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center, located in West Chester, New York. This medical center is completely dedicated to urgent cases including open-heart surgery, emergency neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery cases, and trauma related to cases with severed or severely injured limbs. Burn victims are also an important part of the cause for which Halpern continues to focus on development in the city of New York.
Lastly, Halpern isn’t just the developer that has a passion for the medical side of a development, but he is also involved in endeavors that make clean water possible in places where water is not plentiful.