Omar Boraie is living proof that not everybody in the top 1% are greedy jerks. As the wealth continues to move toward the richest in the world while the poor are suffering, the top earners have continued getting a bad reputation. Omar Boraie and his real estate company Boraie Development LLC prove that this sour reputation is not the case for all the rich elite.
Omar Boraie has dedicated his time and energy to rebuilding the entire city of New Brunswick, New Jersey. He has rolled out a four part plan in order to help New Brunswick be remodeled after one of the massive European cities.
According to Crunchbase, the first part of this plan was to help New Brunswick become a place that families longed to come to and raise their kids. While Omar Boraie had many ideas to make this happen, one idea, in particular, became the favorite of the people. Their favorite program was the Summer Movie Nights. This was composed of seven Disney movies that were shown for free to the public. This allowed families that normally did not see each other to grow closer as families. The New Jersey Stage proudly reported that 7,500 people were able to attend. For more details visit Crunchbase.
The second part of his plan was to secure jobs in the city. At this time, jobs were leaving at a rapid rate. Rumor had it that Johnson and Johnson were looking at leaving and setting up shop in a different city. This would dramatically raise the unemployment rate and cause thousands of families to leave New Brunswick. Sam Boraie was able to work with the corporate leaders to convince them to stay. This gave economic stability to the area. Check out re-nj to see more.
The third part of his plan was to bring the middle-class profession back to the area. Since he was focusing on bringing back young families, Omar Boraie thought it would be best to focus on young professionals. He enticed them to the area by building quality commercial real estate that they could not normally afford but offering it for a price they could pay. This brought in many middle-class professionals.
The fourth part of his plan was to get the professionals to move into the city. Again, he took a very similar strategy to commercial real estate and built higher class residential condos and then sold them for middle-class prices. This stellar combination revitalized the entire city’s economy.