Omar Boraie has been like a guardian angel to the New Jersey city that he calls home. He has overseen the reconstruction of New Brunswick with a fatherly love that cannot be rivaled by anyone.
People all around New Brunswick, New Jersey know that Omar Boraie has used his real estate company to take the city of New Brunswick to new heights.
In an article published through NJbiz.com, Omar Boraie has been very vocal about his plan and methods to turn the city of New Brunswick around. He has communicated to the people that it is his desire to make New Brunswick a place that families long to be, a place where the jobs are stable and plentiful, a place that took prominence in the mind of its leaders, and the place that was strong with the middle class.
Sam Boraie has been one of the largest financial backers of nonprofits and outreaches in the area of New Brunswick. These outreaches and nonprofits all make it their mission to build strong families in the area of New Brunswick. One thing that was done to make this happen was show free movies over the summer. Over a two-month timeframe, seven movies were shown. All in all, 7500 families came to the event and met one another. This built a stronger community.
Omar Boraie then was able to keep jobs stable in the area. At the time, rumors were going around that Johnson & Johnson was considering leaving. Since they were the largest employer in town if they left, it would be devastating to the city. Omar Boraie was able to convince them to stay and even build more factories so that more workers could gain employment. Check out re-nj.com to see more.
Omar Boraie then secured the necessary allies. He reached out to the Mayor, Rutgers University, the editors of several newspapers, and the boards of many nonprofits and had them realigned their missions and visions to make New Brunswick number one. Visit Press of Atlantic City for more.
Omar Boraie was then able to build a strong middle-class. He knew he had to compete with surrounding cities. To do so, he built prestigious office space and residential areas but then released and rented them out for middle-class prices. He did this to entice the young professional families who are just starting out. Because of this, New Brunswick saw a quick surplus of professionals such as lawyers, medical practices, consulting services, and counseling centers.