Jason Halpern’s JMH Development Launches South of Fifth New Project
Jason Halpern’s New York-based firm, JMH Development is set to announce the start of its second project in the South Florida area. According to Halpern, the Three Hundred Collins, a condominium building with 19 units based in Miami Beach’s neighborhood, South of Fifth will launch its sales in early March. The project will be a five-story building based at 300 Collins Avenue and Thomas Juul-Hansen will design it. This will be the architect’s first Miami-based project. The popular designer-architect has made several designs in New York like the One57 interiors, 11 Beach Street in Tribeca and 505 West 19th Street.
Three Hundred Collins Plans
According to Halpern, the Three Hundred Collins plan consists of units from the second floor to the fifth and the first floor will include an amenity area and lobby while the parking will be behind it. The local project architect will be Charles Benson. The units will have one to four bedrooms and include three penthouses and four two-storied “duplex” condos which will be priced from $1.2 to $9 million. The units will measure from 1,000 square feet to about 3,700 square feet. It is expected that the condos are expected to average about $1,500 for every square foot and the penthouses on the 5th floor will be $2,200 for every square foot. The exclusive agents handling the sales and marketing of the project will be the ONE Sotheby’s International Realty.
Additional features of the project include extensive terraces and 1,500 square-rear yards for the four two-story units. The units will be “column free” with some having 18-foot ceilings that will be soaring. The floors will be made of wide-plank white oak wood, marble kitchens and bathrooms that will be custom designed by Juul-Hansen. Jason Halpern stated that they were thorough with the project’s design and it will not be like the typical condo development in Miami. Amenities on the project will include a rooftop deck including cabanas, a 75-foot pool and a fitness center. JMH invested $13 million for this site and expects to deliver the project by mid-2017.
About Jason Halpern
Jason Halpern is JMH Development’s founder and managing partner. He comes from a third generation of a real estate company that holds over 50 years of a great track record. JMH has led in the acquisition and subsequent developing of a number of pioneering, innovative and historically significant buildings. Mr. Halpern is not like the other developers as he has a niche and passion for developing in historic districts. He ensures that he builds a good rapport within all the cities that he develops which is one of the historic aspects of his company. Respect for the community they develop is a long running guiding principal for both Jason and the company. He also allots his personal resources and time to a number of charitable causes in the community.