Boraie Development, LLC: New Jersey’s Urban Real Estate Leader
Boraie Development, LLC is a real estate company based in New Brunswick, NJ. It offers a wide display of services in every area of the urban real state market: Development, Property and Sales, with a primary focus on delivering unmatched services to its clients and building astonishing properties. Boraie’s main advantage is that they work with solid financial organizations, inventive architects and responsible contractors. Boraie is led by the visionary Omar Boraie who has more than 30 years of experience and an unbelievable track record in the real estate market that has helped build Boraie development LLC reputation as one of the top urban real estate companies of NJ. They are always determinate to create projects that are attractive for all parties involved: tenants, residents and financial partners.
All of Boraie’s properties are promoted to satisfy the increasing economic demands of every neighborhood they work in. The deals they make to do so include financial restructuring and master planning for redesigning and redevelopment. The ones they consider for these kinds of projects include domestic, student housing, retail, varied use and hotel properties. They always seek accessible projects that have great potential to deliver great results in urban developing. Boraie does not limit itself to the purchase and development of properties, but they also provide management services as they believe it is a vital part of their main strategy. It allows Boraie to produce surplus value for their assets. That’s why they offer several Property Management services like conservation, administration, bookkeeping, client service, publicity and leasing. Check out boraie.com
They have an effective investment procedure based on four fundamental pillars that has helped Boraie Development LLC to achieve an enormous role in the revival of Atlantic City with the project The Beach at South Inlet and in the renewal of New Brunswick with The Aspire, Albany Street Plaza Tower One & Two and One Spring Street condominium. The four core roots are: 1) always choose a project based on supply/demand features considered with an encouraging risk/reward relation. 2) Dedication to corporate social responsibility to renew distressed and abandoned areas. 3) Capability to permit the scale acquisition of properties and 4) to invest in urban markets that will grow in time. You can visit Rutgers to see more.