Jason Halpern is a designer in real estate. In 2010 he took control of JMH Development, a family business, they have projects worth $500 million presently in the State of New York. JMH Development together with Jason Halpern continues to be committed to creating original and advanced commercial and rental buildings, through the state of New York.
The Aloft South Beach will be a major hotel since 2009 to be opened in South Beach. The scheme, developed by Madden Real Estate Ventures and JMH Development, includes adaptive recycle of the significant Motel Ankara and also inclusive is an innovative new story tower. The hotel will have larger rooms as compared to its competitors averaging above 360 feet.
“We’re enthusiastic about the topping off of the Aloft South Beach,” said Jason Halpern, Chief, JMH Development, having a track record of renovating structures which are historical. “Topping off the building marks a significant milestone in the Building procedure and motions the establishment of the subsequent stage as we work towards the progressing completion and opening of the firm.”
The new Aloft South Beach location will be at the heart of South Beach, a block away from Miami Beach shores, minutes away from numerous art galleries, restaurants, and boutiques, Miami Beach Center, the Bass Museum of Art and various night clubs.
About JMH Development
JMH Development is a top, full-serviced real estate growth company with skill as a designer of key domestic and commercial properties in the U.S. JMH has been innovative in creating unique possessions in the extravagance group; JMH has been an innovator in developing unique and well-situated properties like Brooklyn and Williamsburg in burgeoning markets.
A recent achievement the firm made was three hundred and forty extravagant residential rentals from a major restoration of one hundred and eighty-four Kent Avenue. JMH recently developed an assortment of nine luxurious townhouses in the momentous Cobble Hill. JMH is devoted to successful, high quality and long-term properties throughout the state.