Sam Boraie Redesigns New Brunswick

Sam Boraie, the Vice President of Boraie Development, has redesigned the city New Brunswick as a real estate and infrastructure builder. Boraie Development is a real estate development, sales and marketing, and property management firm which is mainly focusing its operation in New Brunswick. Under Sam, the firm has changed the shape of the city with multiple projects that are aimed to give a great infrastructural support to the businesses and individuals. The firm also started working in making similar reshaping in Newark and Atlantic City.

Some of the recent development projects that changed the pace of the city includes The Aspire, a residential apartment with 238 units with all the amenities in the downtown – a relief to the surging demand for homes, and Albany Street Plaza, a commercial building with twin towers that provide a total of 250,000 square feet office space and 20,000 square feet retail space, reveals PR News. Additionally, the firm has developed another commercial building named 390 George Street with 60,000 square feet of office space. It has also developed another residential apartment project named One Spring Street, a 25 story apartment complex with all the modern amenities for the residents.

His firm has made some crucial real estate developments in Newark and Atlantic City as well. According tiothe NY Times, along with the basketball star Shaquille O’Neal, the firm developed a major residential apartment in downtown Newark. It is considered to be first high-rise building in the area for the last 50 years and has a ultra-modern movie theater, retail development, etc. Similarly, Atlantic City also would get a residential apartment with 250 units with retail stores and other modern amenities. All these developments are aimed to ease the developmental requirement of the cities and to address the increasing population.

Apart from overseeing and guiding the residential and commercial projects, Sam is also involved in the various needs of New Brunswick, Boraie Development sponsored the free summer movie series for The Historic State Theatre in 2016 summer. The series played movies like Aladdin and Monster University, Frozen, and Despicable Me 2 through July and August. Apart from this Sam is also involved in various philanthropic programs and campaigns. It includes working with Elijah’s Promise to eradicate poverty from the New Jersey community. The foundation is working to improve the employment prospects in the area to remove poverty. It is also providing food and other items to the needy people of the city. Sam joined the director board of the organization and actively guided it to execute its mission.


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