A Look at The Three Hundred Collins Built by Jason Halpern’s JMH Development

JMH Development, the company founded by the renowned investor, Jason Halpern in Feb 2015 announced its second project in Florida. The Three Hundred Collins is a 19-residence luxury condo in the Fifth neighborhood in Miami Beach. Halpern revealed that it was to begin launching sales in March 2015.


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The five-story building, at 300 Collins Avenue, was designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen and it was his maiden project in Miami. Back in New York, the legendary designer designed the interiors of the One57, 11 Beach Street, and the 505 West 19th Street. Halpern said that Charles Benson was the local architect for the Three Hundred Collins.


Building Features and Design
The building has a lobby and amenity area located on the first floor and parking behind it. It features one- to- four-bedroom houses, including four two-story condos and three penthouses. The property is valued to be between $1.2 million and $9 million. Its units range between 1000 square feet and 3700 square feet. Most condos will average $1500 per square foot while the penthouses located on the fifth floor cost around $2200 per square foot. ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is the official sales as well as marketing agents for the property.


Additional Features and Amenities
Additional features of the condo include spacious terraces, and the two-story units have a 1500-square-foot rear garden. All its units are designed as “column-free,” and some have soaring, 18-foot ceilings. The condos also have expansive-plank white oak floors, marble bathrooms as well as kitchens custom-designed by the famous Juul-Hansen. Amenities include a fitness facility, rooftop deck with cabanas and a 75-foot swimming pool. The lobby also has a front desk as well as a concierge. Halpern said that JMH paid $13 million for the plot of land. The firm expected to begin the construction toward the end of 2015, with expected delivery around mid-2017.


Jason Halpern Current Focus
After launching JMH Development in the year 2000, Halpern concentrated on projects in New York, before he turned his focus to South Florida. Halpern is one of the pioneers of Williamsburg where he developed 184 Kent Avenue. 184 Kent Avenue is a 337-unit rental condo that was opened in 2010. In Florida, his maiden development was the Aloft South Beach which is a Starwood property. The 235-roomed hotel which housed the Stephen Starr restaurant opened in May. Already, Halpern’s third project is in the offing. JMH has recently bought 2901 Indian Creek Boulevard. Halpern says that his company also plans for a 30000-square-foot residential apartment which will go before Miami Beach around April.