Boraie Development to Co Sponsor Summer Film Series

As printed recently, in the The New Jersey Stage, the announcement was made that the Free Summer movie series will be returning. Movies that will be showing include:

Frozen on July 12

E.T. the Extra Terrestrial on July 19

Despicable Me 2 on July 26

Babe on August 2

Monsters University on August 9

Aladdin on August 16

Showing times for each movie will be 10:30 am and 7:00 pm and admission to either show, for all the movies, is free.

This is a chance for the entire family to come out and enjoy these movies over the summer, with their children, reveals NJ Biz. Aside from the family time that will be enjoyed, it is an opportunity to enjoy the surroundings of the historic State Theater. This wonderful old movie house, circa 1921, This theater has become the place to be, especially for live performances over the years.

The Provident Bank Foundation is the sponsor of the State Theatre’s Community Access Initiative. This program makes events like this accessible to all families, regardless of income. Boraie Development is the other sponsor of the event. Boraie Development is a real estate company in New Jersey that deals with and focuses on all aspects of urban real estate.

Omar Boraie works with many other area banks, architects, and contractors while serving their local community. By developing real estate locally, they pride themselves in helping to keep people in New Jersey hard at work, by contributing to the local economy. They are also thrilled for the opportunity to give back to their community as well. This Free Summer Movie Series is just one example of their commitment to providing the people of New Jersey with a better way to live life.

According to the centraljerseyworkingmoms.com, with several projects in and around New Brunswick, as well as the Atlantic City, Boraie Development has its eye on the future for New Jersey. They look to fill the growing needs of the communities in which they develop properties. Deals often include financial restructuring that will focus on meeting the local demands of the populations within those local neighborhoods. Growth and development have to be done with the people in mind and Boraie Development understands this. They build to make money locally, keep the money locally by hiring local contractors, and then working hard to make communities better for the people of New Jersey. It’s a win win situation for everyone when Boraie is involved.

http://magazine.rutgers.edu/insights/seeing-the-future