Sam Boraie is a businessman, real estate developer and philanthropist and the Vice President of Boraie Development, LLC. The company focuses on all areas of the real estate development including marketing and sales, property management and development. Boraie works with the strongest financial institutions and architects with a unique vision. They also work with contractors who understand timely completion of projects by understanding and complying with deadlines.
Sam Boraie and his development company have worked diligently over a span of 30 years, says Bloomberg, to become a very sought after development company in the New Brunswick, New Jersey area. Through real estate development Boraie Development has elevated the standard of living by improving property, creating employment opportunities and contributing to the local municipal tax base.
Boraie Development, LLC has developed both residential and commercial property. The developments they have completed are designed to integrate into the community seamlessly and raise the profile of the community, as well as strengthen neighborhoods. The residential apartment developments are designed to take advantage of public transportation and include some of the amenities residents love to incorporate into their lifestyle such as a fitness center, storage and outdoor entertainment space. Residential developments are also attractive to residents of various income levels.
Boraie Development(https://local.yahoo.com/info-11014537-boraie-realty-new-brunswick) has also developed a number of commercial properties in the New Brunswick, New Jersey area. The developments include retail and office space, adding dollars to the local economy, as well as the municipal tax base.
Sam Boraie also serves on the board of director’s of Elijah’s Promise (EP). The goal of EP is to alleviate hunger through a community soup kitchen that serves more than 100,000 meals every year. EP also operates a catering business, culinary arts school and a pay as you are able café. Those with a desire to enter the culinary arts profession, but who have no to little skills can train for careers in the food service industry.
To help provide on the job training, EP began a catering business in 1998. The catering business provides healthy meals to hundreds of children in the community and the homebound and elderly through community meals on wheels programs. Students learn to prepare, package and deliver food.