Of the many philanthropists in the world, Sam Boraie is among them. Sam is also a real estate developer who has engaged in various projects in cities such as New Jersey, New Brunswick, and the other main cities. Mr. Boraie is the Vice President at Boraie Realty Development LLC, https://local.yahoo.com/info-11014537-boraie-realty-new-brunswick, a firm founded by his father, Omar. As the Vice President, he majorly focuses on finding all potential development projects available and in need of the enterprise’s services. The senior Boraie was seen to come to the United States as a college student from Egypt some decades ago.
According to Bloomberg, some of the major projects overseen and completed by Boraie development LLC include; The Aspire which is a 238 unit high rise near One Spring Street and New Brunswick train station. The latter consists of a 25 story mixed space that includes a health club, roof deck, residences with owners among other amenities. Another project overseen by the firm includes the beach at South Intel Atlantic City that has 250 residential units which are near the Atlantic Ocean and Boardwalk. The company also developed Albany St. Plaza in Newark. The unfinished project at hand is the rector in Newark which consists of a 26-story building with residential units.
Sam is always feeling a sense of commitment to his community, and this is why he involves himself in civic activities. He is one of the Advisory Boards of an organization aimed at feeding the hungry, Elijah’s Promise located in New Brunswick. Apart from the nonprofit organization preparing and serving meals, it also focuses on stamping out hunger through providing fresh foods for people to access. Elijah’s Promise also provides training in baking and culinary arts to enable individuals get jobs in bakeries and restaurants. It urges the community to take advantage of the training provided and attend the cooking classes.
Mr. Boraie has been seen to sit on the board of trustees of the State Theater New Jersey which is the second largest not-for-profit organization in New Brunswick. The theater was opened back in 1921, and it hosted film screenings and vaudeville performance in those days before undergoing a renovation in 2003. He also acts as a sponsor of free film screenings intended for children on weekdays evenings and mornings at the theater.
He firmly believes every person should have a life from the day to day career activities, once in a while; it calls for interacting with your community and giving back to the society to help those who are undeserved.