Omar Boraie is the president of Boraie Development LLC. For several decades now, he and his company have really made a great difference for New Brunswick, New Jersey. He is nearing the completion of another project for New Brunswick. This project is a deluxe and luxury, high rise residential called The Aspire, and it is located in the heart of the city.
Boraie, 73, is a great visionary, and his vision for New Brunswick has been taken place for over four decades now. Originally from Egypt, he settled here in the US in New Brunswick in 1972. He recounted how things were awful back in 1972, and he laughs about all the doubters who didn’t believe in him. Well, they are believing in him now due to all the spectacular transformation on boraierealty.com he made in that city.
Boraie’s first project is an office on Albany Street called the Albany Street Plaza Tower One. These Class A office spaces were greatly needed as it helped attract more businesses to the city in the 1980s and 1990s. They then created Tower Two, which is located next to Tower One, and it was established in 2003. Tower Two is more Class A office spaces in New Brunswick.
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However, being a great visionary like Boraie is, he knew that the city also needed some superior and luxurious residential units. He envisioned the upscale, New York City styled condominiums and developed the One Spring Street Condominium building in 2007. This is the tallest building within New Brunswick that is 25 stories with 121 residential units on boraie.com. These condominiums consist of a garage with 400 parking spaces, outdoor space to walk your dog and barbecue, 10,000 square feet for retail, and 40,000 square feet for office space. Within two months of its establishment, the residential building was filled with tenants.
With the latest protect on njspotlight.com, The Aspire, it’s a 17 story building that consists of 370,000 square footage, 238 residential units, a four story parking garage, and 10,000 square footage of retail space. Boraie said that they are hoping to get good quality tenants who are professional people, such as doctors, nurses, professors, policemen, firemen, and teachers who like to live, work, and enjoy downtown New Brunswick’s entertainment and culture.
Boraie and his company have made a great difference in New Brunswick. Boraie also has plans to help the city’s population to grow significantly.