Downtown in New Brunswick is boring no longer!

the New Jersey Spotlight

New Brunswick downtown area used to be boring and ho hum, but now it has a new skyline and a new image, and has more potential than ever before. In the past, the area fought off the challenges of neglect, lower property values, and rises in migrant populations, but then businesses like Johnson and Johnson committed to stay there and investors got more confident in the area’s potential, and the area began to improve by the middle of the 1980s.

Part of that improvement is being made by companies like the Boraie Development LLC, which is run by Omar Boraie, who is the president and founder. The Boraie Development and real estate company has more than 30 years’ experience, as well as having excellent reputation and the highest sales volume of its area of expertise.

One of these developments they are responsible for that is bringing good things to the New Brunswick downtown area is the Aspire, a privately established, 17-story residential luxury high-rise near the train station. Omar Boraie says it is one of the most stylish housings in the area and it begins leasing this spring.

It features a green design, roof with patio and garden, a community kitchen and lounge, as well as a 24/7 doorman, and residents get the advantage of onsite parking, and a fitness and yoga center.

Omar also begun to buy neglected areas of property along Albany Street, which is the main street leading into the downtown area. When he opened up Albany Street Plaza Tower One in 1988, it brought in lots 1st class office space.

Fifteen years later he opened Albany Street Plaza Tower Two, then in 2007 he put in the One Spring Street condominium so business people would also have housing options.

These buildings are helping to spruce up the downtown area of town, and a lot of that success goes to Boraie and his real estate business. In fact, they plan to build a third commercial site soon and wish to attract businesses like those in the tech and biological science niches who will benefit from being close to Rutgers. With all these great new buildings and businesses, New Brunswick has a chance to end up being the epicenter of the entire state of New Jersey.

As you can see, Boraie has the area’s best interests at heart, as shown in the article appearing at the New Jersey Spotlight that talks about their company and others who are helping New Brunswick downtown to improve.

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