Boraie Development specializes in all different aspects of urban real estate development. Sam Boraie is the Vice President of the company and gives service to their clients that is unrivaled. Sam Boraie is best described as a phenomenal visionary, an outstanding businessman and a successful philanthropist. At the age of seventy-three this real estate mogul is highly respected and treated like a hero in New Jersey.
Boraie Development works with the development of real estate, property management and marketing. They work mainly with contractors, financial institutions and architects. Although the companies base is in New Brunswick their work takes them as far as Atlantic City and Newark. They have a thirty year old record of development that has made them one of the most sought after companies in the state. Their projects are designed to be appealing to financial partners, tenants and residents.
They are close to the completion of a luxury high rise in the heart of the city called The Aspire. The residential building is the tallest in the city with over a hundred residential units and spacious office space. Almost every amenity possible is a part of this building. The building works well for Boraie Development as their strategy is the management of properties.
Through a subsidiary called Boraie Realty their sales department has combined development and property management. This has enabled the company to have a better understanding of the commercial and residential factors that determine what sales are made locally. They have already sold more than $150 million dollars in both residential and commercial real estate.
Sam Boraie is a trustee for the Historical Theatre located in New Brunswick. The company acts as his supporting partner to enable him to sustain the artistic and educational programs offered by the theatre. He is also a member of the advisory board for Elija. This non0profit organization supplies meals for the hungry and offers training in the food service industry.
He was originally trained in Egypt as a chemist. In 1970 he relocated to the United States where he earned his doctorate degree. He never did go back to the lab and instead enjoys his three children and his philanthropic interests.