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Jason Helpern: Developing History and Luxury

Founder and managing partner of JMH Development, Jason Helpern, certainly has a knack for what he does. His family has been running the business for three generations. JMH Development has developed rental properties and commercial spaces all across the U.S. The company has numerous years of experience in construction and project management

Jason Halpern: Born to Develop Property

JMH Development handles everything in the development process such as the preplanning, the design, to the actual construction, as well as all the marketing and coming up with a brand. The JMH Development team handles it all.

Jason Helpern’s niche is his work on historical buildings. It is JMH Development’s passion to reconstruct historical buildings while still preserving the history. Jason and his company follow their motto of respecting the community in which they are developing and working in and following this has really made their reputation much stronger.

Jason Halpern with Model, Milana and Richard

Although Jason Helpern spends a great deal of time developing real estate, he still has time to contribute to different charities. He contributes a great deal to the Joel A. Helpern Trauma Center located at Westchester Medical Center. He has also donated $20,000 for every signed contract at his own residential development Three Collins in Miami, Florida. The money helps fund water projects in Nepal and Ethiopia.

One of Jason’s most recent project was a hotel on Miami Beach called Aloft South Beach. The 235 room hotel was developed by reusing the historic Motel Ankara building. The new hotel will also feature a brand new eight story tower. The Aloft South Beach is the first newly constructed hotel on South Beach since 2009. Keeping with their luxury building tradition, this hotel will feature larger rooms than all off its competitors in the area. It will also feature a waterfront location, outdoor pool, rooftop deck, and a 24 hour fitness center. Once again sounds like a great development from Jason Helpern and his company JMH Development.

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