Boraie Development is yet again in the mouths of every resident in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The residential, industrial, and commercial property development firm has opened its new building, the Aspire, for summer occupancy. The ultra-modern apartment targets the growing population of young trend seekers looking for modernized spaces to rent.
Located a few meters from the New Brunswick train station, the Aspire offers one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and 238 studio apartments designed to fit every client’s desires. Tenants will enjoy luxury amenities including private parking with direct access to the building, and a lobby. It also contains a tenant’s lounge with Wi-Fi, multiple flat screens, a 12 seat dining table, and a pool table.
Residents will have access to a concierge system that allows them to receive messages on visitors and deliveries, keep track of events happening around them, and pay rent online. The Aspire has an open roof deck with numerous electric barbeque machines that tenants can use to entertain friends and family.
The Aspire is one of the many projects in Boraie Development’s enviable portfolio. The company is involved with many other buildings including the Shaq Tower. The tower is the premier lofty apartment to be constructed in Newark in over five decades. The dream has been actualized through a partnership between Boraie, Shaquille O’Neal, the local government, and other like-minded stakeholders. To see more you can visit njbiz.com
The groundbreaking project will see the real estate scene of Newark city change for the better. Shaquille O’Neal who was brought up in the city also plans to pump in over $150 million into the erection of a 35-story building on McCarter Highway. Shaquille believes that partnering with Boraie Development will awaken the once blossoming real estate market.
Boraie Development is the brainchild of one Omar Boraie. He is an Egyptian native but has made New Brunswick the center of his ever-growing business empire. Omar has been actively involved in numerous real estate projects for the last three decades. He serves as the president of the conglomerate and is helped by his two sons, Hiam and Sam, who are the vice presidents, to manage the daily operations.
Omar Boraie and the entire Boraie Development firm are known for their different philanthropic endeavors in New Brunswick. He recently helped revive the New Jersey State Theater and to mark the occasion; residents were treated to a free showcasing of several films. The family is known for their involvement with Elijah’s Promise, an organization that helps the homeless in the city.