Sam Boraie is the son of the great visionary and founder of the Boraie Development, a successful real estate developer. Omar Boraie was among the first few people who bought properties in the crime-infested area of his old New Jersey town of New Brunswick(https://local.yahoo.com/info-11014537-boraie-realty-new-brunswick) and has since then wanted to develop the area through developing the real estate in the area. For this reason, he established the Boraie Development and Sam Boraie is the Vice President of the company today who is taking the visions of his father forward.
Among all the children of Omar Boraie, Sam is the one who is taking an active part in the company’s planning and development. Shaq O’Neil wanted to return to his roots to Newark, and for this purpose, he sought the help of Sam. Together, they built the One Riverview Buildings in Newark. This is an iconic building that bought youngsters back to the area who were unable to live the expensive life in New York. Another significant step taken by Sam is the development of the Atlantic City. When Atlantic City was on the verge of running dry and was falling out in the real estate market, Sam developed a luxury condo project in the area for them, which changed its ranks in the real estate industry to a considerable extent.
According to Bloomberg, among the top executives of the Boraie Development, Sam Boraie is the person who has helped take the company to the height it is today. He has been actively associated with all the major projects of the Boraie company such as the Albany Street Plaza Two Building, the One Spring Street building and the famous Aspire project. Real estate skills come to him naturally, but he is more than a businessman. He is among the city leaders to devote time and money to the development of the community. He is passionate about his community and takes part in a number of different activities to lift the spirits of the people in need.
Another one of Sam’s love is the State Theatre in New Brunswick. The theater was established in the 1920s and has undergone a major transformation over the years with the help of people like Sam. It hosts live performances and movie shows for free so that the entire community can come together and be a part of it. These shows are sponsored by Sam Boraie and his company who takes pride in doing so.