Omar Boraie Helped the State Theatre to Organize Free Movie Series in 2016 summer

Omar Boraie, a leading entrepreneur from New Brunswick and the President of Boraie Development, helped the New Jersey State Theatre to arrange a free movie series in 2016 summer. It should be noted that Boraie Development, along with The Provident Bank Foundation, sponsored the film series started from July 12 to August 16, 2016. The series showed six movies in total, with each film premiered in each week. It started with Frozen and ended with Aladdin. The other movies premiered include E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me 2, Babe, and Monsters University. The free movie series gave a wonderful chance for both children and families to enjoy their favorite movies free of charge.

According to Phillypurge, the State Theatre, built in 1921, is one of the premier venues for various live performances in New Jersey. “We are delighted to sponsor the free series as it gave the people from our community to watch the free movies in the historic venue,” said Hiam Boraie, VP of Boraie Development. Interestingly, the movie fans of the city found the film series highly entertaining and offering an unparalleled experience with the advanced HD projection system, digital surround sound, and Barco projector. The theater has a capacity of 1,850 seats with both balcony chairs and downstairs. This reminded the movie experience to the golden days of Hollywood. Visit Bloomberg for more details.

Boraie Development is a leading real estate development firm in New Brunswick, with added services such as sales/marketing and property management. It has more than three decades of experience in highest-quality real estate solutions in residential, commercial, and retail sectors. The property management solutions of the developer are focused on creating added value on assets over the time. The sales and marketing division of the firm has completed transactions worth $150 million in commercial and residential sales. Apart from New Brunswick, Boraie Development also invests in Newark, Montgomery, and Milltown. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms to know more.

Boraie Development is considered to be the architect of New Brunswick as the expansion plans of the developer for the city gave it a new world of opportunities. It should be noted that the first major commercial building in the city – Albany Street Plaza – was constructed by Sam Boraie Development in 1988. With an added tower 2 in 2004, the complex provides 250,000 square feet of office space along with 20,000 square feet of retail area. It also constructed a number of residential apartments as well, and that gave the much-required housing infrastructure for the city.

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