Real estate is the industry Jason Halpern has chosen to invest his professional career endeavors on. Based on the success he has achieved in the real estate world, Halpern has made a very wise career choice. He is currently the principal at JMH Development and is doing quite well. So is the company as JMH Development has done a tremendous jobs completed a number of incredible real estate projects. Under the leadership of Jason Halpern, the company is only going to grow more and complete more impressive projects.
JHM Development has been involved in a number of different projects on the east coast. A few of those projects were quite interesting and expansive. Upwards of a half-a-billion dollars was invested in projects in New York state alone. One project entailed completely changing a warehouse and turning it into 300+ luxury apartments. No easy feat, but Halpern and his company were able to bring the project to a successful conclusion.
Heading south the company has a nice track record in the state of Florida. The recent sale of the Aloft South Beach hotel — at a sale price of $105 million — reflects the scope of what has been done in Florida.
The Aloft South Beach is a massive luxury hotel located in the prestigious and well-known tourist destination of Miami Beach. The project was first announced in 2014 and was deemed quite an extensive and ambitious project. Not every real estate developer would be willing to undertake such a huge project. Halpern did and the rest is south Florida real estate history.
JHM Development and Madden Real Estate Ventures worked together to work on the Miami project. Most projects of this magnitude do require partnerships. The right partners do have to come together in order to attain impressive results. And the Aloft South Beach turned out to be extremely impressive.
As history shows, successful people take accomplishments and work to build on them. Jason Halpern and his company are not done with their amazing achievements. Look for new and bold endeavors in the real estate world to bear the name of both in the coming years.