Jason Halpern has announced he is making some changes to the Aloft South Beach. The hotel is in the center of Miami Beach and has 235 rooms. Madden Real Estate Ventures and JMH Development are the developers for the project. The plans include the addition of an eight foot tower. The construction is being done by Plaza Construction with ADD, Inc. filling the position of architect. The last hotel of new construction that opened in South Beach was in 2009. The Aloft South Beach has much larger rooms than any of their competitors.
Jason Halpern is the Principal of JMH Development and is incredibly excited about the latest project. He has already had a hand in the restoration of numerous historic structures. He feels this particular project signifies an incredible milestone in the buildings construction and is a big step towards the Aloft South Beaches much anticipated opening.
The Aloft South Beach boasts access to the waterfront with a prime location. Both the Collins Canal and Lake Pancoast have access from the property. Miami Beach is just a block away and the Miami Beach Convention Center is not much farther. The neighborhood also contains numerous art galleries, nightclubs, boutiques, restaurants and the Bass Museum of Art. The guests of the hotel will be spoiled with an outdoor pool, a fitness center, a deck lounge on the roof and an incredibly flexible meeting space. The hotel will offer access to the emerging artists and showcase the hottest bands all at no charge.
Jason Halpern is the Principal of JMH Development. The company is a leader in the field of real estate development. Their experience is in both commercial and residential properties all over the United States. Mr. Halpern’s approach in luxury properties is distinct and creative. He has aided in the development of extremely well placed properties. His firm recently finished a major luxury renovation in Brooklyn, New York. JMH has a reputation for creating properties that are successful, high quality and enduring. They are experienced, knowledgeable and often choose to work with historic buildings. Their project in Brooklyn was another historical building.