One of the prominent names in the real estate development space of United States is Jason Halpern, currently based in New York, making him one of the most prominent figures of New York too. Currently, he is the head of a firm named JMH Development that was initiated by his ancestors (grandfather to be more precise). As he is the third generation of the business and is capable enough to continue the legacy the real estate is famous for. JMH development develops expensive and modern luxurious residential and commercial projects in New York making them well known in that region.
New York state is not the only Centre of JMH Development, but now the company is also developing and proposing new projects in Miami Beach, Brooklyn, Manhattan. Jason Halpern as a principal has helped the firm in acquiring lucrative plots and properties in various place across the country helping the firm to develop and to be known internationally. JMH development recently took a project of 340 apartment complex development, under the supervision of Halpern. These luxurious apartments are located at 184 Kent provided with all luxuries, targeting the elite class only. Cobble Hill project was also managed by the same firm under his supervision which is considered to be one of the most high-end projects in Greater Brooklyn Area consisting of 9 residential townhouses that are modernly designed, and are highly spacious and modern.
JMH Development is a well reputed real estate firm in a New York region, but Jason aims to make this firm well known internationally and for that, he is investing and taking commercial and corporate projects in different parts of the country as well, especially in developing areas of Brooklyn, Williamsburg, and Queens. The credit of Infrastructure development in New York state especially in the form of luxurious apartments and in commercial building mostly goes to JMH Development. In the Westchester country, JMH Development has developed several million square feet space for commercial use, which has greatly helped the country in achieving commercial goals and attracting more producers to this region, making this region a business pool.