Omar Boraie a philanthropist and real estate development guru

Omar Boraie is a renowned businessman whose focus is on real estate development in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He is the Founder and Vice President of Boraie Development, a real estate development company that was responsible for the transformation of New Brunswick into the urban jungle it is now. Apart from real estate development, Boraie Development also offers property management, and sales and marketing services, to all aspects of the urban real estate sector.

When Omar came to the U.S. from Egypt 40 years ago, he had a vision of transforming the then dying New Brunswick neighborhood to a real estate orchard with state of the art buildings. Back then, the streets of New Brunswick were deserted by 4 p.m. Omar envisioned the New York style of construction in the area. He began by constructing large story apartment blocks for communities to live in. He also purchased old run-down buildings and converted them into state of the art office spaces. Omar witnessed the same occurrence in Europe, while he was a traveling Chemistry scholar from Egypt. Check out Crunchbase for more details.

As a sign of giving back to the community, Sam Boraie is a leading philanthropist in New Brunswick. He has sponsored several prestigious institutions to organize several summer events. He also serves on the Elijah’s Promise board, a non-profit organization that feeds the hungry and homeless.

According to Central Jersey Working Moms, Omar Boraie is a strong believer in developing the communities around him. He considers developing communities as a pre-requisite for the development of properties. Omar serves on the Board of Trustees at the State Theatre in New Brunswick. During the summer of 2016, Boraie Development along with The Provident Bank Foundation published through the New Jersey Stage the airing of free movies at the State Theatre. The movies that were featured in this sponsorship included Frozen, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Despicable Me 2, Babe, Monsters University, and Aladdin. All these movies aired from July 12 to August 16 at 10:30 am and 7:30 pm.

The Vice President of Boraie Development mentioned that the company was eager to sponsor the movies as a gift to local families and young people. The choice of having the movies at the State Theatre was due to the venue holding historic value to the community. The target was for 7,500 locals to enjoy family and friends time together. The State Theatre boasts of having a state-of-the-art digital cinema high definition projection system which includes, a Barco projector, a 46-inch Stewart film screen, and a digital surround cinema sound system. The theatre seats 1,850 people in comfort with the option of audiences sitting in balconies, just like it once happened in the Hollywood glory days.

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