Boraie Development to build 250 new rental units in Atlantic City

There have been media reports doing rounds all over the place saying that Atlantic City will receive an extra 250 residential houses for rent. Analysts have termed this development as one of the city’s going rate real estate development project in more than two and a half decades. A section of the media from Atlantic City confirmed these reports by saying that they have been to the site of the project and that there is indeed construction activity going on there.

The project is being carried out by a real estate company of repute known as Boraie Development LLC. The realty firm is said to have invested resources worth in the upwards of $81 million. The complex being developed is expected to serve a huge number of the more than 50,000 individuals who reside, work and do business in the resort town and this is the reason as to why it is strategically situated at the Atlantic, New Jersey and Connecticut and Pacific avenues the reason why the project was dubbed The Beach at South Inlet. Business analysts have hailed this project as a gesture showing that Atlantic City is back in business after a decade-long decline caused by an encroachment of the gaming industry from neighboring states.  Check out his website boraie.com

About Boraie Development LLC

According to WSJ, Boraie Development LLC is a realty company with a wide-ranging portfolio of services covering all sectors of real estate markets in the urban settlements. The most common services that Boraie Development LLC deals with include Real Estate Development. They do manage clients’ properties and also market and sell properties for other individuals and other real estate companies.

Boraie Development LLC has been operating in Middlesex County and environs for more than 30 years helping homebuyers realize their dreams of owning homes that they can be proud of. They also help businesses of all sizes by providing them with working spaces so that the businesses can focus on delivering what they know best to their esteemed clients.

Their team is always willing and ready to put together a project that fully captures the aspirations of their clients while at the same time employing the best and latest industry technologies and trends. Check out his website boraie.com

Boraie Development LLC has also developed close working relationships with reputable financial institutions, the crème de la crème of architects and contractors as a deliberate effort of ensuring that all projects they sign up to are completed with success and in time.

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Squaw Valley Issues Statement About Water Quality On Upper Mountain Water

Recently, E.coli and coliform bacteria was found in Squaw Valley’s upper mountain drinking water. The company released a statement, but they recently released an extended statement.

 

Early November was when the potential health issue was reported to the Placer County Department of Environmental Health. Since being reported, the water has been treated on a regular basis. It is also showing improvement. Currently, three out of four wells that serve the site are showing no E. coli present and low levels of coliform.

 

However, restaurants are still closed and visitors can’t drink the water due to the issue not being fully resolved. With that said, a few weeks ago, the company’s public relations director, Liesl Kenney, has released a statement.

 

The statement discussed how a number of water systems in Placer County were affected by unusually heavy rainstorms, which led to an inundation of a water system installed over Gold Coast and High Camp. This caused a contamination in that system.

 

It continued to say the company detected the issue during a routine test. Once they discovered the issue, the appropriate authorities were contacted and notified about the problem.

 

The spokesperson said they also met with water safety experts and then they took steps to take care of the issue. In the statement, the spokesperson said the company will do what it takes until everything goes back to normal. The water usage at Gold Coast or High Camp will remain limited until the issue has been fully resolved and when they’ve been assured by the appropriate authorities.

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