Omar Boraie is an Egyptian-born real estate developer. He is the founder and CEO of Boraie development. The Visionary real estate mogul has steered the company’s remarkable achievements for over four decades. Boraie will sink in the books of history of New Brunswick not as one of the most visionary developers but also as one of the individuals with unquenchable thirst for charity. With the assistance of his son, Sam Boraie, the Firm’s vice president, they have continually breathed life to the New Brunswick Residents.
Significant Developments in New Brunswick
For the last five years, the company has played a key role in revitalizing the city. Boraie development has laid down multi-purpose amenities that attract commercial developers, residents, and tenants. Some of the modern structures constructed include a deluxe luxury high-rise residential structure on Somerset Street, Spring Street Condominium building. The later is a 25 story building, the tallest building in New Brunswick with 121 residential units, 40,000 sq ft office space, 10,000 square feet retail space and a 400 space parking lot.
Going Beyond New Brunswick
Although Boraie Development has increasingly become popular in New Brunswick, the company has begun to gain popularity outside its home. The company is committed to developing unique and ultra-modern architectural designs outside New Brunswick. The new structures located in Atlantic City and Newark and condominiums in Bella and Enclave demonstrate the firm’s commitment. Soon the Boraie development is going to lay down modern luxurious amenities in Atlantic City. See, https://local.yahoo.com/info-11014537-boraie-realty-new-brunswick.
Omar Boraie philanthropy works
Although Omar dedicates much of his time to the family business, Boraie is involved in various philanthropic activities. He has been involved in the activities of State Theatre of New Jersey, where his son Sam Boraie sits on the Board of Trustee. The organization has so far benefited over 30,000 students, families and teachers. The State Theatre depends heavily on philanthropic donations. Without the assistance from generous souls such as Omar Boraie, the organization could not achieve its objective of ensuring that arts are more accessible, informative and affordable.
In a report by Patch.com, although supporting the State Theatre seems to be a lot for the residents of New Brunswick, to Boraie it’s the least he could do. He has also been involved in Elijah’s Promise, a charitable organization that is devoted to breaking poverty cycles in communities within New Jersey. The company is committed to ending hunger, encourage social benefits, provide safe and healthy foods, create business opportunities and empower individuals. With Sam Boraie sitting on the organization’s advisory board, it has managed to give food to over 100,000 people annually. With the aid of Boraie Development donations, the agency has managed to run a café, culinary arts school, soup kitchen, and a catering business.
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