When Omar Boraie first came up with the idea to revolutionize New Brunswick, many people thought he was way over his head, but here he was decades later with nothing but content in his efforts. Starting in front of the amazing scenery from his office at Albany Street he pictures back in the 1970s when the land had few decaying buildings along the blocks. Despite the mockery, he faced Omar envisioned a greater prospect for New Brunswick his exploration of Europe during its revolution era was enough to motivate Omar towards his dream.
The location of his office was once nothing but a loft of degenerating buildings. Immediately after purchasing the land he worked hard to transform the degenerates to two magnificent towers that constitute of commercial centers with office spaces including his on the eighth floor of Tower One. After this development that took him more than a decade, Omar targeted to tap the growing urgency of high-end residential. People with offices at the two towers were in dire need acquire residential apartments. Omar Boraie here then established the One Spring Street apartments to offer accommodation services for them. With the rise in demand, the building did not stay in the market for long and sold out in a short span. In a recent interview, Omar pointed out giving gratitude to those who believed in his journey to transform New Brunswick to the culture rich town it is today.
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Sam Boraie solely founded Borarie Development LLC in 1986. The company offers services in the urban real estate field encompassing real estate development, sales, marketing and property management. In its years of operation, Boraie Development has developed amazing scrappers to meet the needs of their clients. The company has 35 highly competent personnel whose primary is attaining customer satisfaction.
According to Rutgers, Boraie Development’s current trophy is the Aspire, a 17 story luxurious apartment with a $2,800 monthly charge. The building that is strategically near the train terminal additionally offers offices for lease. Clients have given positive reviews regarding its structure, design and the amenities located in the building. With the real estate market growing, so are the innovative projects by Boraie Development. The company in alliance to the EDA’s Urban Transit Hub Program has worked on a $ 77.2 million worth project set to develop the medical and research programs in New Brunswick. In a year or so Boraie Development plans on developing The Hub, their third commercial site on Albany Street.