Sam Boraie, who is the Vice President of Boraie Development, is a member of the Board of Trustees for the State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey. In 2014, Sam Boraie had helped the theater raise $765,000. Boraie is sponsoring four free summer films for children from July 14 to August 4th. He is also an advisory board member for Elijah’s Promise. Elijah’s Promise is committed to ending hunger and break the cycle of poverty. It started as a soup kitchen run by volunteers. Elijah’s Promise can improve lives by offering culinary cooking classes. It was first established at St. John’s Church in 1989.
Sam Boraie is Vice President of a company that employs 50 employees. Sam Boraie is the son of Omar Boraie who currently heads Boraie Development. His brother is in training to one day take over the business. The Boraie Family is from Egypt and had migrated to the United States back in the early 1970s. The family in the business include Sam, his father, his brother, and a sister. He is been involved with the family business for over 20 years. He is one the most visionary representatives in the entire real estate business. Boraie Developers outsells its competitors. The Boraie Family turned crime-riddled New Brunswick into a showplace.
The company is revitalizing communities in the North Central Jersey and South Jersey areas, including Atlantic City. It is Sam Boraie’s plan that the poor parts of New Brunswick will need to be revitalized again. Boraie Development is also partnering with celebrities such as Shaquille O’Neal. In 2013, O’ Neal commissioned Boraie Development to help him design a condominium tower to build where the building of the old Science High School stood. The 23-story/169 unit will be built with shops on the first floor. O’Neal previously teamed up with Boraie Developers to create a movie theater.
When he originally came to the United States in 1970 for his doctorate studies in chemistry, the 27-year-old discovered the real estate world and never looked back. Now 73 years old, Sam Boraie is the father of three grown children.