Jason Halpern Takes JHM Development To New Heights

Jason Halpern: Real Estate Entrepreneur

Jason Halpern is JMH Development’s founder and managing partner. The third generation of his family to be involved in real estate development, he draws on his family’s more than 50 years of experience and stellar track record building, developing and managing residential and commercial properties in New York.

His experience, vision, foresight and unique development expertise has led Jason Halpern to acquire and develop numerous historically significant landmarked buildings and make them more esthetically pleasing and commercially viable using innovative, pioneering techniques.

Aloft and Jason Halpern

There are a number of things which set Jason Halpern apart from other real estate developers. They include his passion for the niche of doing development projects in historic communities and his ability to develop a rapport with the stakeholders in the communities in which he works. Plus Jason Halpern cares about the historic aspects of those properties and communities and is guided by the principle that he has to respect the communities in which he does his development activities. As a result, he is able to count on community support and admiration for the high-quality development projects he does.

Daniel de la Vega, Aviv Siso, Laura Garcia, Louis Buckworth, Thomas Juul Hansen and Jason Halpern

Since taking over JHM Development in 2010, Jason Halpern has done some amazing development projects in New York. They include transforming a former warehouse at 184 Kent into 340 luxury apartments and adding to the valuable housing stock in greater Brooklyn with the construction of 9 luxury townhouses in a project called the Townhouses of Cobble Hill. He has also signaled his commitment to add innovative new commercial business space and rental property to the more than $500 million the company has invested in real estate development throughout New York state.

Jason Halpern with Model, Milana and Richard

But the real estate development work with which Jason Halpern and JMH Development is involved is not limited to New York. Not long ago he and the company completed the development of the 235-room, 8 story hotel in Miami Beach called the Aloft South Beach. The redevelopment project adaptively reused the Motel Ankara, a historic Miami hotel. The Aloft South Beach has the distinction of being South Beach’s first newly constructed hotel that has opened since 2009.

Crucial information about Alexandre Gama

Alexandre Gama is an entrepreneur and a communication and advertisement specialist. He was born in 1958 in the city of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil. He is the founder of Neogama Advertising agency. He is also the CEO and the CCO following the latest appointment by the company’s shareholders. The company leads in advertising in the country and has been recognized as one of the top 20 firms in the country in the latest rankings. Alexandre Gama Perused Commercial Advertising Art which has helped home come to a strong pillar in the business.

Before founding the company, Alexandre Gama worked as a copywriter in Standard & Mather and BM9 companies. After acquiring some skills, he started Neogama in 1999 which has grown to become one of the country’s best Agency. He is the most awarded copywriter and communication entrepreneur of his generation. He has received many nominations and awards in events organized by magazines, copywriter’s awards, and other agencies.

Other investments Alexandre has ventured into

Alexander is a music lover. He loves playing guitar and has started his guitar brand in the country. VIOLAB is his brand which is selling well in the market. He is also involved in car business where he has some shares in BAC sports car production in Britain.

Source:  https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandre_Gama_(publicit%C3%A1rio)

 

Business, Politics, Philosophy And Philanthropy; Gorge Soros Of Many Trades

87 years old Hungarian born billionaire and founder of the ‘Open Society Foundations’, George Soros is one of few billionaires who understand what it actually means to give back to the society. The billionaire investor whose present net worth is valued at twenty five billion dollars by Forbes is alleged by ‘Open Society Foundations’, a social justice and philanthropic organization he founded, to have spent well over twelve billion dollars to date on philanthropic causes. This rare level and magnitude of generosity makes George Soros one of the foremost philanthropists in the world. Soros specifically targets organizations and individuals across the world promoting accountable governance, transparency, freedom of expression, education, justice and equality. From groups representing LGBTI, to sex workers, drug users, ex-convicts, to groups representing Europe’s Roma people, to groups promoting liberal political ideas, George Soros apparently has a soft spot for the less privilege and loves to support causes he believes in with all he has. Read more about George at The New York Times.

In the area of business, George Soros cut his teeth as a big business man in the early 1900’s when he traded against the British Pounds, earning him regards and comparison with great business men like Warren Buffet and J.P. Morgan. His bet against the British Pounds allegedly broke the Britain’s monetary system and he bagged over a billion dollars in this period. Soros repeated the same stunt during the Asia financial crisis, which raised concerns from certain quarters labeling Soros as a business man who capitalizes on catastrophe, with the then Malaysian prime minster accusing Soros of being responsible for the fall of their currency by about 15%. Soros left Hungary in 1947 for England where he read philosophy under the tutelage of Karl Popper at the London School of Economics.

Soros worked as a night-club waiter and later worked as a railway porter to see himself through school. Upon his graduation, he wrote to the managing director of all the merchant banks in London, seeking interviews but only got about two replies (according to Reuters). Of all the other low points to choose from, Soros always describes the period after graduating from school as the low-point of his life, as he was humiliated at several job interviews. Soros began his professional career as a salesman in a fancy-goods wholesale company. Eventually, Soros was got a Clerk job at ‘Singer & Friedlander’, a London Merchant bank, whose managing director was Hungarian. Soros later moved to New York early 1950’s and secured a job with F.M. Mayer and later working in various firms as a stock trader and analyst before establishing his own company in 1970, (Soros Fund Management). Investment veterans like Stanley Druckenmiller and Jim Rogers worked for Soros before moving on to establish their own company.

According to Open Society Foundation, Soros started his philanthropy significantly in 1979 by giving out scholarships and basic aids to black South Africans facing apartheid, before contributing heavily to open exchange of ideology in the Eastern bloc of the Communist by sponsoring the purchase of photocopiers to reprint banned text.

It probably wouldn’t be out of place to assume that the kindness George Soros expresses towards the less privilege is born of the fact that he witnessed intolerance and oppression firsthand while growing up during the Nazi occupation of Hungary in 1944/45, which led to the death of over 400,000 Hungarian Jews. Soros and his nuclear family were able to escape using false documents to conceal their identity and helping hundreds of others to do the same. This horrible experience probably explains how Soros developed the ideals of being kind and empathetic to the oppressed. The Open Society Foundation has been the main avenue Soros has used in his philanthropy operation till date.

Soros has always been critical of Republican policies, from the Iraqi war in the W. Bush era to the Donald Trump executive orders which he deems separatist and anti-democracy. According to beneficiaries of his kindness, they say the world will be a better place if all billionaires where like Soros. Know more on cnbc.com about George Soros.

Influential People Of Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale, Arizona is lucky to be called home to some very influential personalities; none more so than the philanthropic futurist Jason Hope. Jason believes in creating a better future for the society of tomorrow. He is interested in helping people live longer, healthier lives.

Jason Hope is an advocate of several humanitarian organizations that work to improve the lives of humankind. He actively pursues new opportunities to work with and support more world-changing organizations. A technology expert, Jason’s experience and knowledge in the field help him overcome the many obstacles that come with the challenge of being a social entrepreneur today. Jason is a philanthropist who believes very strongly in the benefits of studying anti-aging for a better quality of life. Jason is an active supporter of the SENS Foundation.

The SENS Foundation’s focus is on diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, that speed up the aging process of the human body. Jason is passionate about using medical innovation to stop these types of ailments from decreasing our qualities of life. Getting involved with the community on a local, regional, and statewide level has benefitted the people and made Jason Hope an influential figure in not only Scottsdale, but Arizona as a whole.