Recapping an article published by New Jersey Stage, the state theater announced that there would be free movies in the whole period of summer dubbed the Frees Summer Movies Series. This initiative is proudly sponsored by Boraie Development as well as The Provident Bank Foundation. The movies to be featured include Despicable me 2, the Extra-Terrestrial, Monsters University, Aladdin, Babe and Frozen. These shows will kick off at 10:30 am and 7:30 pm, and tickets are just free.
The said movies are free of charge, thus, offering young people in the society as well as their families a chance for them to enjoy great entertainment. According to centraljerseyworkingmoms.com, Boraie, who is the vice president at Boraie Development, says that it is the company’s pleasure to sponsor the series, thus giving the local community a chance to visit the historic venue, the State Theater.
Boraie Development, LLC is a company that strives to offer a variety of services in the vast field of real estate. The company offers the sale of property, property management and even real estate development. The company is backed by a team that is highly skilled, thus providing word class services to the clients. Boraie works with reputable financial institutions, highly skilled architects and reputable contractors who are time bound. All this explains why their projects are always successful.
Omar Boraie had a vision close to 40 years ago, and according to Fund A City it is worth noting that the vision is now taking shape. Sam Boraie is almost completing his mega project in New Brunswick. The project entails a deluxe, luxury, high end residential located along Somerset Street. Boraie, who is the current president of the Boraie Development, LLC, chuckles as he recalls all the people who doubted his vision of rebuilding New Brunswick. He wanted to do it the same exact way that he had seen in Europe.
In the past, New Brunswick was not really appealing to the eye. There were just buildings, which were an eyesore. He started buying the buildings one by one. The Albany Street Plaza gave the city some facelift. Omar then realized that they would do with top flight residential; in mind, he had the picture of New York. His vision of the tallest building in the whole of New Brunswick was just but a dream to many nonbelievers. His dream was actualized in the year 2007 and all the units were sold out in just two months. Visit boraie.com for more info.