Boraie Development Supports The Community Through Free Movies Initiative

As published in the New Jersey Stage, the State Theatre of New Brunswick announced that its Free Summer Movies Series would return for the summer of 2017. This series, which is sponsored by Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation, is a popular one for families in the area. The movies that will be featured this summer include Frozen, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Babe, Monsters University, Frozen, and Aladdin. Each movie will be shown on its own day between July 12th and August 16th. The free showing will start from 10:30 am to 7:00 pm.

In a report by Philly Purge, the State Theatre is a historical building that was opened in 1921. It’s popular for its live performances which are held throughout the year. The Free Summer Movies Series helps families with lower incomes enjoy movies together free of charge. One of the Vice President’s at Boraie Development, Hiam Boraie, stated that his company is proud to continue their sponsorship of the series as they have done in years past. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms to know more.

Anna Marie Gewirtz, the State Theatre Vice President of Development & Strategic Partnerships, commented that this summer would have a wider variety of films this year. She thanked the series two partners for doing their part to help provide family-friendly movies to over 7,500 people at her theatre.

According to Fundacity, Boraie Development was established in 1972 by Omar Boraie, an immigrant from Egypt. When he first arrived in New Brunswick he noted that the city was utterly deserted after 4 pm. It was also blighted with abandoned properties and dilapidated structures. He decided to found a property development company that would buy these buildings, level them, and put in towers that included residential, retail, and office space.

When Sam Boraie first started his company he notes that most people thought he was basically crazy to be doing what he was doing in New Brunswick. Omar, however, believed in the opportunity the city presented to him. His first tower, Albany Street Plaza Tower One, was completed in the 1990’s. His second building right next door to this one and called Tower Two was finished in 2003. Both buildings brought direly needed office space as well as places that people could live in and buy things at. There are now a lot of other new buildings near his and the area is now busy and populated long into the night.

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