Sam Boraie: A Visionary With An Aim To Change The History Of New Brunswick
Omar Boraie is a founder and is president Boraie Development LLC. Omar, a lively old man, made it a reality what most people think would be nothing more than a mess. NJ Biz describes him as a visionary, who envisioned and then worked very hard to turn his dream into reality. He never thought of something for his use, what he dreamt was his love, devotion, and dedication to his city and its people.
Once he shared his experiences with people, he said that when he discussed his intentions of turning New Brunswick into a modern and architectural hub, people at that time laughed at him. But when he completed his first landmark, The Aspire and proceeding for others, those entrepreneurs are nibbling their lips. He said that his success is not because of his expertise but because of the cause for which he was working hard “To Help Others.”
Back in old time, New Brunswick looked like a remote city with less or very little architectural landmarks. But now when people out from the top floor of The Aspire by Omar, they see a grooming city with an exceptional look. Omar once said that Dick Sellers and other entrepreneur are nothing but more names who shared the same dream to turn New Brunswick into an architectural hub.
By constructing world-class residential projects, employers can now say that their employees can now stay there rather than moving in and out for their official works. It is an exceptional work that has been done by Omar, and this change will help New Brunswick to prosper and grow as a vibrant community of old and young, students of Rutgers and business people.
His next project with the name Albany Street Tower Three is here to change the history of New Brunswick and to help people enjoy quality living which was once very hard to find in this town. It will be a mixed-use building with approx. 150,000 square feet which are dedicated only for offices of multinational companies so that they can open their branch here in this. It will ultimately lead to more job opportunities for local.