Sam Boraie Has Made A Tremendous Impact All Over New Jersey

New Brunswick, New Jersey has been the home of the Johnson and Johnson, the household product creator and manufacturer for decades. Rutgers, New Jersey’s state university, was founded in New Brunswick. New Brunswick is one of those New Jersey cities that went through hard times in the 1960s and 1970s. The downtown area was riddled with crime. Businesses left the city, and so did the people that lived there. When Boraie Development was founded in the 1970s, the buildings in the downtown area were vacant, and for the most part, uninhabitable. Boraie Development started buying vacant buildings on Albany Street during that dark period in New Brunswick’s history. The company’s mission was to bring downtown New Brunswick back to life. Sam Boraie and the Boraie family had a dream, and that dream is a reality today.

The first Boraie Development project was the Albany Street Plaza Tower One. The multi-story office building was considered a massive building with 250,000 square feet of office space, in the 1980s. New Brunswick suddenly had its first high-rise. The response to the project was better than expected. Boraie Development continued to buy property downtown. The next project was Albany Street Plaza Tower Two. That building added, even more, office space downtown. Sam Boraie realized that a number of people employed by the businesses that rented office space want to live downtown. Boraie went to work on the One Spring Street condominium building. One Spring Street is a New York City style building with 121 private residences, and 40,000 square feet of office space. There’s a 400-space parking garage and 10,000 square feet of retail space. The building sold out in two months after it was completed in 2003.

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Sam Boraie may live in New Brunswick, but he has helped bring back cities like Atlantic City and Newark. Sam Boraie teamed up with Basketball legend, Shaq O’Neil and developed the popular One Riverview building in Newark. Boraie Development also continues to revitalize New Brunswick. The Aspire luxury condo building as another Boraie project that is giving professionals that work downtown a place to live. The 17-story Aspire building has 370,000 square feet of luxury condo and office space and a four-story parking garage.

But Sam Boraie is interested in more than building office and residential space around New Jersey. Sam Boraie is on the board for the food-oriented nonprofit organization, Elijah’s Promise. Elijah’s Promise gives food to people that need it. The nonprofit has a café so people have access to food when they need it. Those people pay when they can. There’s also a soup kitchen that offers hot meals. And, Elijah’s Promise even has a catering service.

Sam also sits on the board member of the New Jersey State Theater. The State Theater offers more than 30,000 students educational programs every year. Free performance tickets and classical music classes are offered to students as well. Boraie Development is one of the theater’s partners. Sam Boraie’s ongoing philanthropy helps the theater reach more students and professionals every year. Boraie has been serving his community for more than 30 years and he’s not done yet.

Read more about Sam Boraie on StateTheatreNJ.org

Town Residential Opens Its 10th Outpost

Town Residential, a residential brokerage company, is growing fast. The residential brokerage firm is opening a new office in the meatpacking district. The office is going to be the 10th Manhattan outpost the firm is opening since it started its operations three years ago. Town Residential intends to bring easy access to an essential swath of residential neighborhoods through the new office along with the Hudson.

 

Andrew Heiberger is the founder and chief executive officer of Town Residential, established in 2010. Andrew noted that brokers would take clients along the high line to appointments. Andrew also added that the new office is a few steps from the story-high park; therefore, it is located in a strategic location.

 

Town Residential has leased the whole of the second floor of 446 W. 14th street. The office sits on a 7,100 square foot area, and the lease period will be 15 years. The new office has a 16-foot ceiling, and it has access to a private roof deck, which is on top of the three-story building. Andrew has shown the flair in constructing the Town brand, which places the firm as a brokerage for high-end sales. Andrew noted that the new office is designed to attract brokers too. Andrew said that they believe that Town Residential is the only brokerage firm with an outdoor office that enables brokers to work and meet with clients.

 

Andrew believes that the office differentiates his firm from its competitors. According to Andrew, the boutique brokerage Thomas & Ingram, a company that deals with sales deals in West Village will be moving into the new space. Mr. Heiberger will also relocate to the new space a smaller office operated by Town Residential at 45 Horatio St. in the West Village.

 

Town Residential has opened other high profile regions recently; including its headquarters located on the ground floor of 33 Irving Place. It has opened one at 530 LaGuardia Place in Greenwich Village. However, Andrew refused to disclose the amount of money they pay as rent in the new space. Andrew said that staff in Town Residential’s newest space would include markets from Hudson Yards town as TriBeCa. Andrew also added that the relationship the firm has with Thor Equities; a leading owner of retail space in the city has assisted Town to secure the area.

 

About Town Residential

Town Residential has cemented its position as New York’s leading luxury real estate service provider. Town Residential has only been in operation for few years; approximately three years. Town Residential specializes in luxury residential sales, commercial and retail, and marketing sales and leasing of asset development. Town Residential has been able to establish a new standard of excellence within the real estate industry through its strong principles. Its team of professionals has knowledge and experience in real estate matters. That explains why they continue to offer an unprecedented level of service and expertise to their customers.

 

Town Residential Is The Tops

When you are either moving into NYC or leaving NYC, they you should talk to TOWN Residential. TOWN Residential specializes in understanding the needs of the people coming or going from NYC. They know that you need a place to find of your own, and they will go out of their way to help you find one.

 

TOWN Residential Cares

 

The minute that you sit down to talk with a TOWN Residential agent, you will know that they care about you and your situation. They will listen to all accounts that you have, and the issues that are most important to you so that they can assist you more with what you need in terms of real estate. TOWN Residential is there for you, and they will make sure that they tend to you when you are in need of them.

 

TOWN Residential Knows The Areas

 

You can’t go wrong with TOWN Residential because they are adept at the knowledge of the areas. Don’t be afraid to ask them questions. Tell them the type of unit and place you would like to live in. They have been in and lived in the areas, knowing so much about them that you will be surprised how much they can help you.

 

With TOWN Residential, Your Privacy Is Protected

 

Of course, TOWN Residential practices the right way. They will protect your privacy when you are doing business with them, and this is because TOWN Residential follow al the rules and regulations under the real estate law. They know what needs to be done, and they do it well. TOWN Residential is a great company that will go to great lengths to assist you, whether you are coming or gong from NYC. In all cases, you will be pleased with the treatment that you receive from the company, all the throughout the real estate process.

 

TOWN Residential is a leader in the real estate field in NYC because they are very knowledgeable, and they know what they are talking about. For this reason, many people go to them when they are coming or going from NYC. Anyway that you look at it, TOWN Residential is working for the people, to make them happy in either situation. TOWN Residential will also work for you, so contact them today.

Andy Wirth Announces Gondola Will Be Constructed

Powder Magazine, a popular ski magazine recently did an interview with the man in charge of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski areas in the Lake Tahoe area. During the interview the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, Andy Wirth made a big announcement that the company will be building a base to base gondola that will connect the two popular ski areas at Olympic Valley. Squaw Valley Ski Holdings is the company that manages and operates both Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows.

The company that owns Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, KSL Capital Partners bought Alpine Meadows in 2011. This merged Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows together to create one large ski resort, in fact one of the largest in the country. Still, the two popular ski areas are separated by mountains and ridges. That takes a significant amount of time and causes traffic in the mountain roads. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2014/09/andy-wirth-squaw-valley.aspx

Andy Wirth said that analysis shows that almost a quarter of all skiers that visit his resort, ski both the Alpine Meadows section and the Squaw Valley section in a single day. That number according to Wirth is high and show that there is a strong demand to build a gondola that would allow easy and fast access to both Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski areas.

Another important thing to keep in mind, is that perhaps with the gondola constructed more skiers will ski both areas, instead of just selecting which one they have time to ski on. Combined together, Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley offer more than 6,000 acres of ski terrain. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://andywirth.com/

Some hurdles remain for the construction of the gondola, which Wirth believes can help improve business at his resorts. An agreement has been reached with a local landowner, who owns some of the land where the proposed gondola will run. Another part of the gondola route, is planned to run on US Forest Service land. The project must be approved by the US Forest Service.

It must also grant permission for the gondola to operate on its land. For more on the interview with Andy Wirth about the gondola to connect Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows check out this article published on Powder Magazine. Current CEO and president of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings which manages Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley ski areas is a veteran of the resort, ski and hotel industry. Read more: Interview with Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth | Tahoetopia

He has worked in the industry for over two decades and has helped transform Squaw Valley Ski Resort into one the country’s top 20 most visited ski resorts.