Sam Boraie is a Vice President at Boraie Development, LLC, a privately held property development firm located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Boraie Development was founded by his father, Omar Boraie, in 1971. According to NY Times, the company is dedicated to rebuilding New Brunswick and revitalizing it by providing high-end buildings. When the company was first founded, New Brunswick was a decaying city. Due to the efforts of the team at Boraie Development, New Brunswick is once again an attractive city to live and work in.
Sam Boraie excels at the types of business activities that are engaged in at Boraie Development. His specialties include real estate development, property management, and the sales and marketing of completed buildings. Rather than just build high-rises and sell them to another owner, after the construction of a building Sam Boraie and his team manage the property and find tenants to occupy it.
A building that Sam Boraie was deeply involved in getting built was The Aspire, a luxury apartment building that is in downtown New Brunswick. The building was designed to appeal to Millenials who have been flocking to New Brunswick with a mixture of high-end features, a modern design, and proximity to mass transit. It is also close to upscale restaurants, retail stores, and nightlife entertainment options. Sam Boraie includes luxury in every unit in the building with gourmet kitchens, designer fixtures, tiled floors, and energy efficient heating.
Sam Boraie was raised to know that part of being successful is giving back to the community. To this end, he is involved with a number of charities. Sam serves on the Board of Trustees for the State Theatre which is located in downtown New Brunswick. The State Theatre New Jersey is a nonprofit that was built in 1921. It is one of the premier locations in the city for the arts community. It also holds numerous cultural events such as plays and concerts. Sam Boraie is also a financial sponsor of the theatre’s free summer movie program. This program puts on free child-friendly movies throughout the summer so that low-income families can enjoy a night out together.