Jason Halpern is a businessman, philanthropist, a leading real estate developer and the driving force behind JMH Development. In fact, Halpern is the founder and managing partner of the JMH real estate firm. Halpern is reported by some online sources to bring both innovativeness and creativity into the sales of distinctive, luxury properties.
Through JMH Development, Halpern has purportedly pioneered the development of several of the most well-positioned and distinct properties in top-level markets such as Manhattan, Miami Beach, and Brooklyn.
After graduating from high school, Halpern entered Tufts University in 1995. He studied economics, international relations, and French. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1999.
In 2003 he entered the New York University Stern School of Business. There he focused on strategy, corporate finance and entrepreneurship. He earned his Master’s degree in 2005.
Halpern’s interest in real estate and business goes back beyond his college days though. In fact, his love for property development can be traced back to his childhood. As a young man, he would go with his father to different construction sites throughout Westchester County. This eventually led Halpern to launch his company JMH Development.
Most Noteworthy Development
Halpern reportedly enjoys a challenge. This interest could be part of why he favors interesting designs and involvement in some of the country’s largest real estate markets. Some sources say his most noteworthy development was the full renovation of a 100-year-old warehouse building located at 194 Kent. He turned the historic structure into one of the best residential developments in the state of New York complete with 338 apartments.
Today JMH Development is known for its success with hospitality, mixed-use, and residential properties. Halpern himself is also known as a philanthropist. He regularly dedicates both time and money to more than one good cause.