The Aspire In New Brunswick Is Leasing Through Boraie Development

The 17 story luxury high rise, The Aspire offers 238 spacious studio, one and two bedroom apartments as well as a lounge area that includes a catering kitchen with a dining table for 12, an outdoor terrace with seating, many flat screen televisions and WiFi. On March 18 last year, announced that Boraie Development had started leasing and described the beautiful, state of the arts accommodations included in the monthly rent of $1,650 for a studio, $1,800 one bedroom and $2,700 for 2 bedroom.

Not only is it conveniently located within steps of the New Brunswick Train Station and across the street from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, it is also near I-287 and the New Jersey Turnpike. It offers a sophisticated lifestyle and outstanding services including on maintenance and management, 24 hour doorman and a garage elevator leading to the lobby.

The Aspire offers 9 to 10 foot high ceilings, private terraces and balconies in some and great views of downtown. Residents enjoy hardwood floors, wall to wall carpeting and oversized windows as features in some.

Other features included in the Manhattan style structure include gourmet kitchens with custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, porcelain floor tiles, ceramic wall tiles around tubs and showers, designer fixture and Bosch washer and dryers in each unit.

The roof top deck is ideal for entertaining, equipped with outdoor electric barbecues and incredible views. There is even a fitness center with the newest cardio and cross training equipment at the tenants’ disposal 24 hours a day.

In an article published December 30, 2014 on NJBiz, Boraie Development, president and patriarch of Boraie Development shared and recounted his vision for New Jersey and told of others who worked to improve the city, its culture and opportunities. His son Wasseem, vice president of the company said that people thought his dad was nuts to build high rise condos in downtown New Brunswick but Spring Street made believers of them.

Omar felt that The Aspire would offer a place for professional such as doctors, professors, teachers, fireman, nurses and policemen to live, work and enjoy. These world class residences also offer a place for companies to house employees as well as the next generation a desirable place to remain rather than move to other communities, such as Hoboken and Jersey City – Aspire To Do Great: Shaq And Boraie Development’s Ideals.

New Brunswick now benefits from an over 40 year shared vision being realized. Boraie Development has help to improve other cities as well, including working with basketball great Shaquille O’Neal to renovate the CityPlex12 in Newark and helping to cities bring commercial and housing development into distressed areas around the state. Learn more:

Boraie has built more than a million square feet of commercial and residential property in New Jersey and most of it in New Brunswick. Visit for more information about availability of the luxury units ideally located and offering the best of high end living accommodations.

The Amazing Brian Torchin

Brian Torchin is a health care provider that specializes in the art of in physical therapy and sports medicine. Alongside working in these fields, he also excels at chiropractic arts. Torchin helps treat people with sports-related injuries, headaches, and injuries from auto accidents.

Brian Torchin also helps patients with neck, shoulder, and back pain. Brian Torchin is known to be very proud of his work. He had studied at the University of Delaware and is originally from Plainview, New York. His goal in both health care and as a business owner is to provide total quality work, which greatly reflects his character.

Brian Torchin currently resides and conducts his practices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has been practicing in the field of healthcare for over 30 years. Torchin is currently a successful CEO and president of a company called Health Care Recuitment Counselors LLC (abbreviated to HCRC). This company recruits medical Doctors-all specialties, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, chiropractors, physical therapists and assistants, dentists, and representatives of office management, billing, and receptionists.

If you were to visit Torchin in his chiropractic office, he would begin by asking you questions such as whether you’ve had previous injuries. For example, a construction worker may have joint pains over time but will not notice immediately. Next, he will ask you about your lifestyle and health. Alot of the time, the pressures from everyday stresses could put a physical strain on your muscle.  Brian has also written about modern medicine through Topix.