Omar Boraie Cares

According to NJBiz, Boraie Development is a construction company that offers services such as property management, Sales/Marketing, and Real estate development. The company works with the best financial institutions, contractors, and architects to provide quality housing development solutions while still meeting strict deadlines of their clients. With a track record of over 30 years, they are the most demanded developers in New Jersey.

Omar Boraie has invested heavily in commercial and residential buildings like offices, retail, and multi-use. These projects have attracted stakeholders like tenants, financial entities and residents to partner with the company.

Projects

Examples of projects completed by the enterprise include a 238-unit high-rise by the name Aspire and a 25-story 400,00 square feet space with residential houses, a health club and rock deck, including other amenities.

The State Theater

Bosaie Development and the Provident Bank Foundations sponsored the state theater’s free summer movie series. The movies include Babe, Monster University, Aladdin, Despicable me among others and will be free of charge to the community. Sam Boraie, the president of Boraie Development, is very proud for doing this.

Elijah’s Promise

Another generous gesture by Bosie Development is the continuous support of Elijah’s promise – a non-profit that helps New Jersey’s neediest people by giving free meals. The non-profit runs a café, soup kitchen, and catering business.

Omar Boraie, through his board membership, uses his expertise to give meaningful insights that influence important decisions in the non-profit. He is also a sponsor and active participant of the firm’s non-profit’s fundraising event. The money raised from this event makes up to 25% of the organization’s budget.

Elijah’s mission is to offer vocational training, social services, and free or low-cost meals. Through its efforts, it has been able to provide fun family activities.

Clearly, it is easy to see why Bosaie’s Community is so proud to have him!

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