Boraie rebuilds history in New Jersey

Boraie is a company in New Jersey that specializes real estate, property development and sales and management. They have partnered with many big name people including Shaquille O’Neal. They have a 30-year track that includes all aspects of their craft, which includes residential, commercial and retail development. One major characteristic Boraie has adapted is the restoration of vintage buildings to the way they were when they were first built. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms to know more.

One such restoration is the State Theater in New Jersey. This building started off as a Vaudeville and silent movie theater in the 1920’s. This building later became a stage for live bands, orchestras, singers, and comedians, as well as a movie theater complete with a balcony and 1,850 seats.

According to NJBiz, the New Jersey Stage has published an article about free movies that will be played throughout the summer. There are 6 family friendly movies that will be played at 10:30 am and 7:00 pm in July and August. These movies include Frozen, Extra Terrestrial, and Aladdin. This is a continuation of movies played every summer since the completion of the restoration in 2004. The idea is to give the public a taste of what Hollywood was like back in the 1920’s-1930’s at no cost. Its goal is also to give kids something constructive to do with their parents and siblings during the summer. This gives them a chance to witness a theater that was in business almost 100 years ago. To sit in front of the same stage that stars of long ago performed on. To see where the first movies played that didn’t even have sound yet. This is a chance that anyone would want to have. This is history in the making.

If you want to know more about the events that are scheduled to happen at the State Theatre you can visit their site at https://www.stnj.org/. and to know more about Omar Boraie you can visit their site at http://www.boraie.com/.

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