Omar Boraie has served as the guardian angel and protector and overseer of the city of New Brunswick, New Jersey for over 40 years. Many people are quick to label the rich as greedy, self-serving jerks who do not care for anyone else. However, Omar Boraie proves that this attitude is wrong and looking at his life you can easily see that he is a good man.
Omar Boraie has used the real estate company that he founded, Boraie Development, to take New Brunswick from the dirt it was in and raise it to the prominent city that it is today.
According to NY Times, Omar Boraie has developed a strategic plan that has allowed New Brunswick to become an economic center in the Northeast of the United States. This strategic plan takes place in four parts. He begins by making New Brunswick family-centered. He then stabilizes the job market in New Brunswick. He then makes a task force that is comprised of people who love New Brunswick. Lastly, he helps strengthen New Brunswick by bringing back the middle class.
Omar Boraie is credited as single-handedly making New Brunswick more loving toward families. He did that by financially supporting several outreaches and nonprofits that make it their mission to grow healthy families. One thing that they did to build community awareness in New Brunswick was offer a summer of movie nights. These seven movies were shown over a seven-week period for free. This allows families to make contact with one another and develop friendships.
Omar Boraie also strengthened the job situation in New Brunswick. He was able to bring new jobs into the area by building commercial real estate which he leased out at competitive prices. He also worked with Johnson & Johnson to open up additional factories in order to employ additional workers. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms to see more.
Omar Boraie has been the leading persona behind the think tank of New Brunswick. He pulled together the power players of the city, such as the mayor, and has used them to grow New Brunswick.
Lastly, Omar Boraie has been credited by many newspapers as single-handedly bringing back the middle class. His strategy was simple. He decided to build residential and commercial real estate that the upper middle class could afford which was sold for lower middle-class prices. This appealed to young professionals who were just starting out which in turn brought young families to the area.