Jason Halpern and his firm, JMH Development, announced that they were building a hotel on the Aloft South Beach, Miami. The hotel’s architecture borrows its design from the famous Motel Ankara.
The building will be eight floors high, having a total of 235 rooms. JMH Development, in collaboration with Madden Real Estate Ventures, were in charge of the projects. ADD architects designed the blueprints, while Plaza Construction did the standard construction.
Jason could not hide his enthusiasm after landing the project. He showed off his firm’s proud history of reincarnating old designs. He added that the inauguration of the projection was a significant step towards the opening of Aloft South Beach.
The new beach resort is located at the ideal place, with numerous amenities in its vicinity. Surrounding the resort are the magnificent Collins Canal and Lake Pan coast. The world-class Miami Convention Centre is just a stone throw away. Furthermore, the hotel offers a picturesque view of the Miami Beach.
Apart from being an architectural masterpiece, the hotel incorporates excellent inbuilt features to provide a warm and cozy experience to its clients. A fully equipped gymnasium, roof deck lounge, and a spacious conference hall are available to customers. Also, swimming fanatics can enjoy the outdoor pool.
The Aloft group runs an extensive network of hotels, with over 100 businesses in 14 different nations worldwide. An affiliate of the Starwood consortium, aloft hotels objective is to provide rich and unforgettable experience to guests, with the use of modern infrastructure.
About Jason Halpern
Jason is the leader of JMH Development, a top property development firm. He became head of the company in 2010, after which the enterprise grew exponentially.
Since its inception, JMH has invested billions of dollar in real estate. They specialize in offering guidance in the whole process of property development, from planning to marketing. Moreover, JMH has an exemplary record of restoring historic structures.