Mr. Sam Boraie – Breathing life into New Brunswick

Mr. Sam Boraie is the son of Omar Boraie. He Vice President of Boraie Development and plays a very valuable role in the management and growth of the company. Boraie Development is a leading real estate development firm that is transforming New Brunswick into one of the foremost cities for business in New Jersey. Its high-rise development named Albany Street Plaza One and the residential building One Spring Street are just some of the projects that according to yahoo.com have caused a resurgence in the New Brunswick real estate market. Boraie Development has made recent forays in real estate development in Newark and Atlantic City. With a history of over 30 years of providing unfailing real estate services to its clients, Boraie Development is one of the most sought after and top real estate development firms in the country. It lives up to its promise of building world class properties and providing reliable services.

As a successful businessman, Mr. Sam Boraie considers it his obligation to give back to the community. According to the Wall Street Journal, he has a deep commitment towards making New Brunswick a better place for all of its residents. Among many of his charitable and philanthropic contributions, the causes closest to his heart are a soup kitchen called Elijah’s Promise and the renowned State Theater in New Brunswick.

Mr. Sam Boraie is on the advisory board of Elijah’s Promise. Elijah’s Promise is a soup kitchen started by the local churches and has been serving the people of New Brunswick for over 25 years. In 1997, Elijah’s Promise started a culinary school that helped its students get employment through their culinary skills. Elijah’s Promise was able to raise over $75,000 for its culinary school through the efforts of Mr. Sam Boraie and its other patrons.

The reason that the State Theater in New Brunswick continues to grow as a venue for the New Brunswick artist community is because of the support of people like Mr. Sam Boraie. He is on the Board of Trustees of the State Theater and is an active member involved in fundraising. Boraie Development is the proud sponsor of free summer screenings of kids’ movies at the State Theater.

Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/06/realestate/at-two-extremes-of-a-housing-market.html

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