There is a new Skyline being created in New Brunswick, and developers claim that the area is starting to look like New Jersey’s version of Cambridge. New Brunswick has been the home of the main campus of Rutgers University for some decades now. It was expected that being the headquarters of Middlesex County would help the Coty grow and expand. Unfortunately, for the past three decades, the City has been in some inexplicable stagnation regarding real estate development. The challenges have been a little overwhelming, for the City.
Some issues are common in all American Cities such as an increase in the population of foreigners. These could be people from other states or even other countries. Typically, a city develops when these people come in because they rent and buy real estate, boost the local markets and increase the cash flow. However, the situation seemed to be a little bit different in New Brunswick. People claim that there has been some level of neglect by the local authorities, a challenge that has led to the stagnation.
According to Rutgers, the decision that transformed the City was made in 1975. A local company, Johnson, and Johansson chose to stay in the city even after becoming profitable. It is the single decision that made all other local businesses that were up and coming realize that they did not have to run away from all the negative connotations that came from being in this city. The company did struggle for a while, but by the mid 80’s, they had stabilized.
Many people still feel that the progress being made by the City is slow, and this is changing, all thanks to one new addition to the game, Boraie Construction LLC. This company has been working on imaging and restructuring the entire commercial landscape of the town. The projects include the playgrounds, commercial buildings, and other recreational facilities. The development company’s management feels that even though the city has come a long way in development, there is still a lot that needs to be done to improve it. They are taking advantage of projects such as the renewal of the buildings, the expansion of Rutgers and the student population that it brings to the city, especially the millennials looking for academic and sports excellence.
Waseem Boraie is the man in charge of Boraie Constructions, LLC. Omar Boraie is of Somali Origin, but has been living and doing business in New Brunswick for many years now. One of the latest projects that they have completed in the town is the Aspire Luxury Flats. The two bedroom condo rental is one of the most popular in the city. His company hopes to transform the New Brunswick skyline completely. Visit boraie.com to know more.
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