Boraie Development Continues to Support the New Brunswick Community

The State Theatre’s Free Summer Movies Series is again sponsored by Boraie Development and the Provident Bank Foundation, starting on July 12. The program features a series of six movies geared towards children and families that are free to the public. This program offers young people and their friends and family the opportunity to enjoy some of their favorite films, in the style of the old days of Hollywood.

The State Theatre offers a state-of-the-art HD cinema system, in an 1850 seat restored theatre setting. People can sit in the balcony or the downstairs seating. The movies presented include Frozen, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me, Babe, Monsters University and Aladdin. There are shows at 10:30 am and 7:00pm. Stage Theatre is committed to presenting family friendly programs years round that are affordable to all. The article about the program was published through New Jersey Stage.

Boraie Development is a real estate development and property management company located in New Jersey. It has been run by Omar Boraie for over four decades. The company started in New Jersey in 1972. Boraie felt that everyone was running away from the New Brunswick. NJ area, so he decided to stay.

According to Rutgers, when he started out, New Brunswick looked awful. He started out with the building housing his eighth-floor office on Albany Street. He says there were 21 vacant and run-down buildings right on Albany Street, when he first started out. He started buying the buildings one at a time.

People thought he was crazy. He started developing the rehabbing the buildings making some much-needed office space in the community. He realized that with the office space, there would also be a need for residential buildings as well. He started the One Spring Street Condominium building. It provided 121 residential units, office space and 400 parking spaces as well as a barbeque area and a place to walk with your dog. The building was completed in 2007 and it was a hit. The residences sold out within the first two months on the market. After this, people stopped calling Omar crazy and became believers in the rebuilding of New Brunswick, New Jersey. Visit Crunchbase to know more.

Omar Boraie credits many others with the rebuilding. He says if Johnson & Johnson president, Dick Sellers had not decided to stay in New Brunswick, the whole rebuilding project would not have succeeded. He credits Mayor James Cahill, New Brunswick Development Corp, and Rutgers University for the successful rejuvenation of the area as well. Omar feels that the area will continue to prosper and grow at a good pace going forward.

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