Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation proudly announced their sponsorship for the return of Free Summer Movies Series. This annual Community Access Initiative will enable around 7,500 people to enjoy a variety of free events at the state theatre. Tickets will be free for each of the six movies, and the audience will choose either the 10:30 am or 7:00 pm schedule. This will be a great opportunity for the youth in the community to enjoy quality bonding time with their families and friends in the 1921 historic state theatre. The theatre which features a 46 inch Stewart screen, a digital sound system and a Barco projector will give the audience a unique experience. The theatre has been renovated to its glory Hollywood days and now has a seating capacity of 1,850. The movie lovers can choose to view the movies either from the balcony or downstairs. The movie revellers will be treated to three movies in July namely: Frozen on 12th, Extra Terrestrial on 19th, and Despicable Me 2 on 26th. In August they will enjoy Babe on 2nd, Monsters University on 9th and Aladdin on 16th. An article published by Central Jersey Working Moms.
About Boraie Development
Boraie Development a privately owned firm by Omar Boraie. It is located in New Brunswick in New Jersey. It offers services spanning from real estate development, property management to sales and marketing. They have an impressive 30-year record in developing real estates and properties, making them the most reputable development corporation with brokers in New Jersey. In their real estate development, they collaborate with financial partners, contractors, and architects to complete all their targets within the set deadline. Over the past 20 years, they have remained unbeatable in their sales volume of any office space in New Brunswick.
According to Philly Purge, Omar is credited for bringing New Brunswick to the beautiful, classy city it currently is today. He bought 21 dilapidated buildings and restored the glory of the city by building the Albany Street Tower One in the 80s and 90s and tower two, which is adjacent to tower one, was completed in 2003. He also built the tallest building in downtown New Brunswick which features residential units, office space, retail space, and garage space. The building which features the New York condominium style was completed in 2007, and within two months it was completely sold out. His latest development The Aspire on Somerset Street features luxurious residential buildings, and next generation office space.
Boraie’s desire to see the mushrooming of quality commercial offices will put him to task as he looks forward to his next project of designing Albany Street Tower Three.