Last summer Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation sponsored the Free Summer Movies Series which enabled and encouraged parents and camp counselors to come and bring their children and campers to the historic State Theater, a cinema dating back to 1921 which is now one of New Jersey’s preeminent venues for live performances. Movies featured in this fantastic series were Frozen, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me 2, Babe, Monsters University, and Aladdin. An article on this was published through the New Jersey Stage when the news first broke about the series which was announced by the State Theater. The article provides great context of the series.
The series was much loved and enabled the community to take advantage of the scenic theater, no matter what their income level was. All six movies being free enabled the community to come together and enjoy fantastic movies while also experiencing incredible customer service and seeing the joys that Boraie Development and its local partners and friends can provide to New Brunswick. Hiam Boraie, Vice President of Boraie Development had this to say about the series: “We are proud to once again sponsor this wonderful series, giving local families and young people the chance to see movies for free in this remarkable historic venue.”
Being able to see movies at the State Theater allowed moviegoers to take part in a truly unrivaled cinematic experience thanks to the Theaters state-of-the-art HD digital cinema projection system, and surrounded by over 1,000 people thanks to the 1,850 seating theater where moviegoers could even decide where they wanted to see the movie from: downstairs or from up in the balcony.
This experience was possible because of Omar Boraie and their diverse set of services centered on the urban real estate market. Their company website lists some of their skills and specialties as well as making clear that their forte has been working with talented contractors and ambitious architects and providing the most spectacular customer service possible.
In a report by Rutgers, Boraie Development’s 30 year track record has granted them a much-deserved reputation as leaders in New Brunswick, who are committed to property management and to understanding the complex realities of the real estate market and how that market impacts New Jersey and News Brunswick.
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