Boraie Development — Rejuvenating City Life

Omar Boraie is coming close to the completion of his next project in New Brunswick. He has been developing real estate for decades and his newest luxury high-rise promises to be amazing. The deluxe building is positioned on Somerset Street in the middle of the city Aspire. Many of his potential tenants are upper class citizens with free income who enjoy luxury goods and a luxury lifestyle. This building has been in his plans for development for almost forty years.

Mr. Boraie is 73 years old and faced much opposition in the process of building his dream building. He has been laughed at and called insane, but he held onto his vision and it has more than payed off for him. When he began in 1972 the street was nearly empty and the town was all but vacant. There was no sense of commerce or a lively town center, but Omar Boraie would change all of that. He is the leader of Boraie Development LLC and began his development plans from an inspirational trip to Egypt. He witnessed what better development had done for the economy there and knew he could achieve the same thing in New Brunswick. This high rise marked the beginning of a journey in greatness.

According to WSJ, the project has 250 apartments, all luxury. In Atlanic City it is a sight to behold. Watching the sunrise from the upper floors in the high-rise is like watching a ball of fire being birthed in the sky. It is the city’s very first major development project in 25 years. It is known as The Beach at South Inlet and the total price for the project came out to $81 million. The apartments will call themselves home to more than 50,000 citizens who come to the city to bath in luxury and live in the resorts. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms to see more.

The city is very optimistic about the prospect the development provides. States close to the city with casinos have hurt the industry in Atlantic City, but due to the recent closures the casinos inside of resorts will no longer have a negative impact on Atlantic City. The budget cuts in the resorts have leveled the playing field and Boraie Development LLC plans to take the industry and town by storm. The economic boost is well deserved and the city will be thankful for the new project. The beautiful homes are set to open soon and once they do tourism will flourish.

Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/companies/0601263D:US-boraie-development-llc

Thor Halvorssen, Modern Day “Liberator”

Thor Halvorssen is a highly involved human rights activist and President of Human Rights Foundation (HRF). HRF is a non-profit organization founded by Mr Thor for the purpose of literally fighting tyranny and injustice throughout the globe.

Thor’s grandfather, serving as the Norwegian Consul in Venezuela, is responsible for saving Norway’s merchant fleet from Nazis during World War II. His mother descends from Latin American freedom fighters and heroes including Simon Bolivar and Cristóbal Mendoza.

Thor’s fight against oppression is a personal one. His father suffered in a Caracas prison after exposing government corruption, and his mother was shot while opposing Hugo Chavez at a demonstration. HRF Chairman Garry Kasparov received a beating from Russian police for protesting Pussy Riot’s guilty verdict, and Thor himself was subjected to violence for his candid interview with Thich Quang Do, a Buddhist political prisoner in Vietnam.

Even though Thor considers himself a classical liberal, according to WeeklyStandard.com, he refuses to discriminate based on politics. His mission, “to rid the world of tyranny,” is more important, and he will except contributions from anyone who chooses to champion human rights. He and his HRF associates are not concerned about problems in a democracy where human rights are recognized. Instead, they are freeing political prisoners and standing up to authoritarianism.

Thor’s Oslo Freedom Forum is a network of global conferences committed to the promotion of human rights across the globe, according to its website OsloFreedomForum.com. The forum began in 2009, and each year continues to bring together leading activists, journalists, authors, professors, politicians and governors committed to human rights. Click here to know more.