Omar Boraie Sponsors the Free Movie Summer through Boraie Development LLC

Last summer, the Boraie Development in conjunction with the Provident Bank Foundation sponsored the Free Summer Movies Series. In an article published through the New Jersey Stage, the free movies aired at 10.30am and 7.00pm. They included Frozen E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me 2, Babe, Monsters University, and Aladdin. The movies, which aired on July 12, 19, 26 and August 9 and 16th respectively, were all of charge. The movies were aired at the State Theatre which opened its doors in 1921.

Giving Back to the Community

The movies were aired with aim of giving the youth a chance to enjoy their favorite films with their friends and family. According the Boraie Development Vice President, Hiam Boraie, the company was delighted to give the community a chance to enjoy movies on the historic theatre. The Provident Bank Executive Director, Jane Kurek also expressed the bank’s thrill for giving the community a chance to enjoy free movies regardless of their social background.

The Vice President of Development and Strategic Partnerships at the State Theatre, Ann Marie Gewirtz said the theatre runs a year round Community Access Initiative which offers affordable programs to the community. Through the help of the two movie sponsors, the initiative managed to reach more families over summer reaching almost 7,500 people.

Features in the Theatre the made Movie Experience Thrilling

In addition to the movies, the community had a chance to enjoy the state of the art HD digital cinema projection. This includes a Barco projector, 46 inches Stewart film screen, and a digital surround sound. The theatre which has a capacity of 1,850 gives the audience a choice to either sit downstairs or in the balcony where they can enjoy panoramic view. For more details visit

About Boraie Development

Boraie Development LLC was founded by Omar Boraie, who is also the company’s president, in 1972. When the company started, New Brunswick was barely developed and by 4pm you could see no one on the streets. Sam Boraie bought the available 21 vacant building blocks and took the development plan to the city for permission to do the development. At first they didn’t think he would make but today, through Boraie Development, he has managed to change the face of New Brunswick.  You can visit Central Jersey Working Moms to see more.

The Boraie Development deals with urban Real Estate Development and Property Management. The company also has a team dealing with Sales and Marketing. Boraie Development ensures timely deliverance and success of all their projects by working with the best financial institutions, architectures, and contractors. Check out his website

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