During the summer of 2016, the State Theater announced that Boraie Development, a recognized real estate firm in New Brunswick, was the main sponsor of Free Summer Movies Series. The Provident Bank Foundation was the other sponsor of this event. The community was given a chance to watch six movies free of charge. The State Theater is leading venue for live performance in New Jersey. During the summer event, young people, summer camps, families and other movie lovers were offered the opportunity to watch their favorite movies.

Main Sponsors of the Event

The Vice President of Boraie Development, Heim Boraie said they were proud to sponsor the event where movie lovers were entertained for free in the historic venue. The Provident Bank Foundation’s Executive Director Jane Kurek said it was a thrilling experience for families from different backgrounds being offered the opportunity to enjoy movie series at the State Theater. According to Central Jersey Working Moms, the 2016 summer event had increased the number of free movies to six. She said their aim was to offer community with friendly and affordable programming. According to the report published on New Jersey Stage, the organizers were targeting to receive about 7,500 fans, thanks to the generosity of these two leading companies.

How Boraie Development has Transformed New Brunswick

Sam Boraie is the President of Boraie Development, a leading real estate development company based in New Brunswick. The company began real estate investments more than four decades ago. The route taken by the company back then has continued to take shape and it is quite obvious great developments have been achieved. When Mr. Boraie began the journey of developing New Brunswick, many people doubted whether it would be possible to achieve his dreams. When traveled to Europe as a scholar, he witnessed how cities were developed and he decided to apply that in New Brunswick when he settled there, according to a story published on NJBIZ.

In a report by Central Jersey Working Moms, a few years ago, Boraie Development completed The Aspire, a 17-storey building built on an area of 320,000 square foot. The building has 238 residential houses, four-story parking space and retail space covering 10,000 square foot. Through this building, the President of Boraie Development, LLC believes another population will relocate back to the city. One of the segments that were targeted by Boraie was the professionals like doctors, teachers, nurses and more. By building high-end residential housing, employers would not worry where to find suitable housing for their employees.