Boraie Development and the Provident Bank Foundation sponsored the Free Summer Movies Series 2016. The event ran from 12th July to 26th July and featured family movies such as Frozen and Aladdin. The event aimed at bringing together families and the community at large to allow them for bonding over a film for free. The venue of choice was the State Theatre, a movie establishment that has served New Jersey for more than nine decades. Despite being old, the State Theatre has embraced modern film technology and offers moviegoers an unmatched experience. In an interview with the New Jersey Stage, Omar Boraie expressed his excitement about the event that would enable social interaction within the community.
For close to 45 years, Boraie Development has contributed to the transformation of New Brunswick. The company focuses on four primary business units, property management, real estate development, urban investments and sales, and marketing. Boraie Development purposes to create magnificent properties and providing excellent customer experience. Over the years, Boraie has leveraged strong relationships with architects, contractors, and financial service providers to deliver successful and timely projects.
With each project, Boraie commits to being a reliable, stable, and visionary partner. For this reason, the company has established a name as one of the most prominent property developers in New Jersey. The Boraie projects target resident, financial institutions, and resident who share a commitment to long-term ownership. The property management segment of the business encompasses marketing, maintenance, leasing, administration, accounting, and customer services. To date over $150 million has been realized in sales of residential and commercial properties. With great synergies between the sales and marketing and the property development segments, Boraie creates properties that meet the market needs and set trends. The urban investment arm seeks to cater for the increasing economic demands of the neighborhoods and diverse metropolitan areas that Boraie enter. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms for more.
The proprietor, Omar Boraie actualized a vision he had for New Brunswick forty years back. Then, the streets were not as lively, and most of the activities slowed down by 4 p.m. Omar Boraie saw an opportunity for growth in the area and soon after began purchasing some delipidated buildings within the city. For some people, his vision was crazy, far-fetched, and unattainable. Fascinated by the properties he saw in Europe as a visiting student, Omar Boraie purposed to recreate the same in New Brunswick. By the 1980’s and 1990’s, Omar Boraie’s vision for New Brunswick began shaping with developments such as Albany Street Plaza Tower One. The property increased the number of high-end office spaces in the city. Omar also noticed the need for residential units to support the continued growth. The One Sprig Street Condominium building imitates a New York-style living and has 121 residential units. The Aspire, Boraie Development’s latest project is a high-end residential property along Somerset Street.
As the New Brunswick transforms, Boraie Development continues to cater to the needs of the working class and the students in the area. Currently, plans are underway to develop housing units for young professionals. Check out his page boraie.com