Jason Halpern is one of the most experienced and skilled real estate professionals. He is the managing director of the JMH Development, which is a company that he founded. His background revolves around the business since his family had a third generation real estate development enterprise that has been operational for more than five decades. The company is recognized for constructing several buildings in New York. The real estate record of the Halpern family is outstanding since it has developed several residential buildings in New York and Westchester County. The company has Class-A office spaces that are base in the Westchester County. The exceptional knowledge that Jason has gained in the sector has enabled him to construct several outstanding buildings that are considered landmarks. He is an individual who is dedicated to ensuring that his company grows successfully.
Mr. Halpern’s passion and excellent reputations differentiate him from other professionals in the industry. He is focused on developing healthy relationships with the residents of all the cities that his company is contracted to build. His associations make his work to be appreciated in the regions. He has always learned to acknowledge the communities that he serves.
Jason has also been recognized due to his outstanding record of philanthropy. He gives with a passion for supporting communities. He has donated toward the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center, which is a facility that is managed by the Westchester Medical Center. It owns a Level I Trauma Center, which has enough equipment and physicians. The foundation offers complex emergency neurosurgery, open-heart surgery, orthopedic surgery, and also fixes broken limbs. It has also been providing medical services to children, pregnant women, burn victim, and individuals who are injured internally.
Halpern’s philanthropic undertakings have also spread to his company, JHM Developments. It has a partnership with a non-profit organization to offer clean water to the people of Ethiopia and Nepal. The firm has promised to donate $20,000 towards this venture for every contract that it seals in the Three Hundred Collins that is in Miami. The companies that build the water infrastructure are Splash and Relief Society of Tigray. The charity project has been beneficial to more than 650 people.