Boraie Development is again making headlines in New Brunswick, for the right reasons. The developer of industrial, commercial, and residential properties has unveiled a new project; the Aspire, and is now open for summer residency. The one of a kind modernized apartment mainly targets young, vigilant tenants who are looking for class and luxury.
Situated within a short distance to the towns train station, the Aspire has advertised two-bedroom, one-bedroom, and a total of 238 studio spaces designed to attract a classy eye. Residents will enjoy luxury features including a lobby, and private parking linked to the main building. The Aspire has a luxury lounge with multiple flat screens, a pool table, Wi-Fi, and a dining table spacious enough to accommodate over 12 guests.
Also, the apartments are fitted with a concierge system that allows them to keep track of events in the locality, to pay rent online, and to receive messages on deliveries and visitors. The building has an open roof deck on the 18th floor fitted with barbeque machines, and thus residents can entertain family and friends.
The Aspire is among the many projects Boraie Development firm has completed over the years. The real estate entity is responsible for completion of many other projects including the Shaq Tower. The tower is first of its kind to be constructed in Newark in the last 50 years. To facilitate the completion, Boraie Development partnered with the famous NBA player, Shaquille O’Neal, corporate stakeholders, and the local government.
The historic project is meant to revive the overall real estate scene of Newark City which has been lacking behind for a while now. Shaquille O’Neal was born and bred in the city and is devoted to seeing it succeed. In addition to the Shaq Tower, he plans to invest over $150 million into a new 35-story project along McCarter Highway. Shaquille is confident that together with Boraie Development, they can make an impact in the city’s real estate industry. For more details you can visit njbiz.com
Omar Boraie is the president and chairman of Boraie Development. He is assisted by his sons, Sam and Hiam, to run the day to day operations in the firm in their capacities as vice presidents. Omar has been into real estate for over 30 years, and his star continues to shine. Apart from his business endeavors, Omar has instilled a giving back culture in the company and to his sons. Sam Boraie is a director at Elijah’s Promise, an initiative that offers food and clothing to the homeless in the city.