Boraie Development Real Estate

Boraie development is a real estate company whose goal has been a development of modern and state of the art properties hand in hand with a provision of unique services to its customers for the past thirty years. Its main areas of attention are; – Real Estate Development, Property Management, Sales, and Marketing.


Boraie development’s latest project is the marvelous Inspire to Aspire complex located in New Brunswick, adjoining the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital and only a few feet from the train station. It consists of two hundred and thirty-eight flats that are either studio, one bedroom or two-bedroom.


According to Patch, the residents will enjoy enviable number of amenities including a twenty four hour doorkeeper, parking space that is directly linked to the reception area with an elevator, modern gym open day and night, a public relaxing area with a cooking area, several huge televisions and Wi-Fi and not to forget an easy way to rent online while staying at par with orders made and neighboring happenings.


Inside the apartments have high ceilings, huge closets, cooking areas with islands and modern equipment, floors in the living room made of original wood, individual washing machines and tastefully finished bathrooms with tile and glass doors.


Every household will be wired to fast Net, cable television and stoking units deriving energy from gas. The wall will have enormous windows not only to allow plenty of lighting but to enable one to enjoy the beautiful view below of the Johnson Park and Raritan River.


The vicinity has impressive areas to have fun; – hotels for dining and clubs for night time pleasure. Back in 2013, Shaquille an American retired professional basketball player and a native of Newark came into an agreement with Boraie Development to build a high-end residential tower, one of its kind in Newark.


One Riverview as it was named neighbors the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. It’s whose work began in September 2013. The project will be located on what was previously a school and will be the first high-end flats in Newark. You can check out



It received financing from Goldman Sachs while Prudential financial bought the area re-development bonds issued by the city. The Municipal Council adopted a resolution of five million dollars after the construction received the Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit from the New Jersey Department of Economic Development.


Shaquille plans to occupy the top floor after the building is complete.


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