Boraie Development joined hands with the Provident Bank Foundation to bring the Free Summer Movies Series at the State Theater this summer. This would see moviegoers enjoy the comfort of the1850-seater theater with state of the art HD digital cinema projection system, digital surround sound, a 46 inch Stewart film screen and a Barco projector. The New Jersey State reported that some of the movies that would be featured include Frozen on 12 July, the Extra Terrestrial on 19 July, Despicable Me 2 on 26 July, Babe on August 2, Monsters University on August and Aladdin on August 16. All these movies would be shown for free with each showing at 10.30am and 7.00pm.
According to Central Jersey Working Moms, the Vice President of Boraie Development, Hiam Boraie, expressed his delight in gifting young people the wonderful series in a historic venue. The summer’s lineup included six films and the companies working on this were on a mission to present more family-friendly programming. For the summer, they were confident that they would reach around 7,500 people. Just as in the glory days of Hollywood, the audience would sit downstairs or enjoy the view from the balcony of the State Theater. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms for more.
Boraie Development, LLC has become a global company and a vocal figure in the urban real estate market. The company offers a variety of services such as property management, sales and marketing as well as real estate development. The focus of the team that makes the company is to build spectacular properties to the satisfaction of their clients. In this mission, they have combined forces with the best architects, contractors, visionaries as well as financial institutions. This has enabled them to always meet timely completion of their projects and with success. With this, they have developed a thirsty year track record, becoming one of the most sought after developers in New Jersey.
The growth of the Boraie Development, LLC has taken place under the leadership of Sam Boraie, who is the president and one of the founders of the company. For Omar, rebuilding New Brunswick started as a vision when he was a scholar traveling through Europe. They started off in 1972. By then, the city was nothing as it is today. Most of the businesses closed down at 4 pm and he felt that there needed to be a 24-hour economy. Omar also envisioned the New York City-style One Spring Street Condominium building, which Boraie Development has constructed.
JiRe10 October 9, 2017
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