Jason Halpern is the man behind JMH Development and they are on the cutting edge of real estate development. With Halpern providing the vision, JMH has cultivated an extraordinary real estate niche in which they operate. Their projects often involve the imaginative reuse of historic buildings. It is the ultimate in recycling and yet it keeps a slice of history intact. They are able to take a structure and completely remodel it into a new and amazing development. Yet a piece of the old building remains and hearkens back to its history.
JMH Development has extensive experience in the development of major residential and commercial properties throughout the US. Operating in the luxury category they create noteworthy properties in highly sought after markets. Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Miami are a few examples of this.
The development process contains numerous phases and JMH excels in every aspect. They conduct due diligence, develop a cost-effective strategy, engage in site and building design, and then finish the process with branding and marketing. Their team is able to accomplish the comprehensive list of details that substantial projects like theses require. They strive to construct enduring properties that speak about the local history and become a touchstone.
The Townhouses of Cobble Hill are an excellent example of the work of Halpern and JMH development. They renovated four historic townhouses and then constructed five new homes to complete the complex. These homes were ready for occupants in the high-end Cobble Hill neighborhood. The homes were completed in 2015 and sold out quickly.
A spectacular property was developed by JMH in Miami and was known as the Aloft South Beach. It too was an adaptive reuse of the historic Motel Ankara from the 1960’s. The location offers beautiful waterfront views and is only one block from Miami Beach and is only minutes away from South Beach. The destination is a true hot spot near the Miami Beach Convention Center and several art galleries along with world-class shopping. Fine dining is available in nearby restaurants and night clubs abound. The unique property was recently sold and renamed as the Gates Hotel South Beach.