Sam Boraie is a property developer in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He works at Boraie Development, LLC, and a company that was founded by his Egyptian-born father in the early 1970. Working as a Vice President, Sam Boraie performs a number of roles at the company. He is involved in the acquisition of properties as well as the design and construction of the building. He also is an expert in property management, sales, and marketing.
According to NYTimes, Boraie Development has been busy revitalizing downtown New Brunswick. Sam Boraie and his team at the company have rebuilt a number of parts of New Brunswick, putting in much-needed housing, retail, and office space into areas where all three were lacking. One of their recently completed projects is The Aspire, a tower filled with high-end residential units as well as offices on the lower floors and retail space on the street level. The Aspire is at a convenient location near to mass transit, restaurants, and places designed for entertainment.
In addition to placing new buildings in New Brunswick, Sam Boraie has provided his expertise to build properties in both Newark and Atlantic City. The Newark building, Rector Street, is the first high-rise tower to be built in that city in more than 50 years. He is also in the process of developing a new property in Atlantic City along with that city’s tourism board.
Sam Boraie is also a community leader. He serves on the Advisory Board for the New Brunswick nonprofit Elijah’s Promise. This nonprofit serves food to hungry people in the New Brunswick community in an effort to alleviate hunger. Sam Boraie and Elijah’s Promise are also dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty by providing training to people in their kitchens so that they can get jobs in the restaurant industry.
Another way that Sam Boraie helps out is by sponsoring the State Theatre New Jersey. He serves as a Trustee for this nonprofit organization that provides entertainment to the community. He also sponsors the theatre’s summer movie program which puts on free kids movies throughout the summer for families that can’t afford a regular viewing.