Boraie is the owner of Boraie Development, a real estate firm headquartered in New Jersey. Omar has unmistakable visionary skills which allow him to strike out new deals where few would. He has an innate passion in the property market which was fueled in his youth days in Europe. S He still marvels at the incomparable buildings and remarks that he has intent to transform New Brunswick to possess an equal measure in appeal. His sentiments are not without opposition from other figures in the field, stating that the region would yield little revenue in investments. Omar’s vision was the underlying factor that saw him erect a new office building with several stories, replacing the previous crumbling structures. Today his office has a magnificent view of the city from the eighth floor.
Omar Boraie first developments included office structures and condos in downtown New Brunswick. The first one, Albany Street Plaza, opened in the 80s and 90s and offered professionals an exclusive space to conduct their businesses. His next project involved development of residential property like the Spring Street Condo with 25 stories of 121 units, office spaces, retails, and a parking lot. His next project took place in Aspire and will cater to the need of millennials, who enjoy style alongside functionality. The structure has entertainment sections for day and night activities like night clubs and restaurants that satisfy the budding needs of Jersey’s emerging populace.
Boraie Development works closely with reputable financial firms across New Jersey to ensure that all projects meet the standards of quality. Apart from its active involvement in the market, Boraie Development has serial philanthropic involvements for the people of New Jersey. In 2013, the firm put out residential and commercial properties in Newark under the initiation of Shaquile O’Neal. Shaquille wanted to give back to society and Boraie was the perfect fit for constructing developments in a much ignored area. The project which cost $60 million included the launch of a movie theatre, residential spaces and hops. Boraie stated that the development was in line with their mission of putting out modern properties in Central Jersey Working Moms and added to reveal that the project would not be the last in Newark area.