The city of Miami Beach in Florida is known for its vibrant night life and warm, tropical beaches. Millions of tourists are visiting the city every year, either for leisure or business. And because of the sheer number of people visiting Miami Beach, local business people have been partnering with real estate developers to build new hotels, bars and restaurants, and other amenities designed to keep the guests entertained and relaxed. Right in the heart of the city stands Aloft South Beach, a newly constructed hotel which opened its doors to the tourists back in 2015. It has 250 rooms that are significantly spacious compared to its competitors. Different amenities are found inside the hotel, including an eight story observation tower which gives a 360 degree view of the city, an access to the Collins Canal and Lake Pancoast, a beautiful waterfront, an outdoor swimming pool, a lounge located on the roof deck, a fitness center and a gym, a bar which hosts budding artists, and a hall with a large area suitable for meetings and conferences.
Aloft South Beach was developed by JMH Development, a leading real estate company in the United States focusing on property development. JMH Development was initially founded as a family business, with its current principal being Jason Halpern. The business went into the hands of Jason Halpern back in 2010, and ever since he led the company, JHM Development has already invested in a lot of projects. Most of these projects are found in the state of New York, with the cost of the investment totaling $500 million. This includes the development of high end apartments along 184 Kent, and the Townhouses of Cobble Hill project, located in Brooklyn.
JMH Development stated that they are still building a number of projects in the state. They have acquired new contracts, and some building designs are already on the planning or construction stage. Jason Halpern is keen on building more structures that would change the skyline of New York, and he assured the public that JMH Development will be true to its mandate of constructing state-of-the-art projects that will be pleasing to the eyes.