It is essential to understand what category of residential property you want, where you want it, and how it should look. The real estate industry is a jungle where there are many players some of whom might not be predisposed to give you value for your dollar. However, if you want a real professional in matters related to luxury residential properties, that sort of man is Jason Halpern. He is a legitimate dealer when it comes to the finer points of negotiating complex transactions in property development. A Jew who grew up in a San Diego neighborhood, he is the principal owner of JMH Development, a real estate company that is committed to the construction of luxury residences, and identifying suitable spaces for commercial purposes everywhere in the state of New York. The experts the company employs are knowledgeable in all aspects of construction ranging from multiple use houses, hospitality, and residential properties.
Outside construction and building, Jason Halpern is a famous author of comic books and a talented actor. He is a co-executive television producer of a series of situation comedy for CBS Television. Perhaps this unique trait he has can explain his successes in applying innovative approaches to all the projects he handles. For instance, he added nine luxury residential houses to the Brooklyn area through the Cobble Hill project. In 184 Kent Area, he developed 340 luxury apartments by tearing down and transforming a warehouse. To date, JMH Development has an investment of over $500 million in various projects in New York State alone. This level of investment has been a great achievement on his part, ever since he took the reins of the family business in 2010. JMH Development owns extensive commercial and residential properties in the entire US. The company specializes in offering development plans that encompass all services in the real estate industry. That is why all the buildings it constructs have a unique appeal in the class of luxury properties.
The company he now owns has an impressive record of more than 50 years of managing and building many townhouses in New York, and many top rated commercial spaces established in the city is due to his expertise, insights, and vision in the construction industry. His name is associated with several historic landmark buildings, commercial properties, and significant residential buildings across the entire US. What sets him apart from other developers is his passion for unique houses. Not only that, but Jason is also a philanthropist who supports many charities. He is behind the Joel A. Halpern Trauma hub at Westchester Medical Center which provides orthopedic surgery, complicated emergency neurosurgeries, and reconstructing limbs that are detached. He has been in partnerships with other global charities through which his donations have financed water projects in Ethiopia and Nepal.
Sam Boraie is a real estate developer and philanthropist and who handles several projects in New Jersey, New Brunswick, Atlantic City, and other regions in the United States. As the director of Boraie Development LLC, he focuses on initiating new real estate development projects. While this company was founded by Omar, his father, Boraie has taken it to new heights. Having come to the United States as a student, Sam has found his niche in real estate by having the audacity of going where others would normally hesitate. When New Brunswick was in a state of degeneration and disrepair, other developers moved elsewhere. The lack of construction and development exacerbated the problem since the vacant lots turned into dungeons and breeding areas for drugs and crime.
The Aspire in New Brunswick
The Aspire is a 238-unit condominium near the New Brunswick train station. In a report by PR News, Boraie Development LLC also completed the One Spring Street projects include The Aspire, a 238-unit high-rise near the New Brunswick Train Station and One Spring Street, a 25-story mixed-use apartment that has over 400,000 square feet. One Spring Street has several roof decks, a health club, and a couple of housing units for sale. Boraie Development LLC prefers building the mixed-use apartments for the following reasons:
Spurring growth and development
Revitalizing the derelict parts of the city
Preventing urban degeneration and sprawl
Increasing the revenue
Opening up the new suburbs
Improving the infrastructure and creation of pedestrian-friendly walkways
Improving the security by opening up the vacated lots
Providing a couple of affordable housing options
Providing investment opportunities
Providing recreational facilities for the community
Creating a sense of place and giving the city an identity
Boraie Development LLC projects
In the quest to revitalize various cities that are facing the threat of sprawl and degeneration, Boraie Development LLC is carrying out the following projects:
The South Beach in Atlantic City has 250 units that offer plenty of space and diversity to suit the various needs of different homeowners.
The Albany plaza at Newark, a prime project juxtaposed in the downtown area where it offers over 250,000 square feet of office and retail space.
Boraie Development LLC has also begun the construction of The Rector, a 26-story residential block in Newark.
Boraie is also involved in a couple of charitable activities with Elijah’s Promise. This New Brunswick charitable organization feeds the hungry and initiates some sustainable development projects to help the poor. Sam has empowered many people by investing in the culinary arts. One of the ways to empower the poor is to offer them some training lessons on how to cook and bake. Sam Boraie is a member of the State Theater of New Jersey. By developing a movie theater, Sam Boraie educates the public on various issues through films, songs, dance, and other recreational activities. Read more about Sam on crunchbase.com.