It is clear that citizens around the globe are growing increasingly hostile towards of the rich elite. Chief executive officers and corporate leaders fear an uprising from the people. They are greedy dirtbags who have stepped on people to get to where they are today. That cannot be said for Omar Boraie of New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Omar Boraie is the President of Boraie Development LLC, and through this real estate company, he has resurrected the city of New Brunswick, New Jersey.
According to Press of atlantic city, New Jersey Stage released an article detailing how Boraie Development LLC reached out to the State Theater to create a memorable summer for families in the city. Omar Boraie had the idea to host a “Summer Movie Festival” for the community. This festival consisted of seven free movie nights over a span of two months. This service was attended by 7500 people and left a positive impact in the neighborhood.
Omar Boraie has done this and many more things in order to make New Brunswick a wonderful place to live. While serving as president of Boraie Development LLC, for the past 40 years, he has done all he could to save the city from imploding on itself. According to NJbiz.com, he has succeeded because of several different things. Check out Press of atlantic city to know more.
The first thing that Omar did was to work with other corporations to keep lucrative jobs in the area. The honest truth is people follow the jobs. If New Brunswick lost work, they would lose the people. Sam Boraie worked with the big fish in town, Johnson, and Johnson, and convinced them it was in their best interest to stay in the city. They began working with Omar to turn the city of New Brunswick around.
The second thing Omar did was to form an alliance of major players in the city. This alliance was made up of the New Brunswick Mayor, President of Rutgers University, the editor of New Brunswick Tomorrow, and the board chair of New Brunswick Development Corporation. For more details visit Crucnhbase.
After this, Omar began by making New Brunswick more appealing to the middle-class business owner. He began by constructing office space that would appeal to lawyers, doctors, and counselors.
Once this office space was created, Omar began building the necessary real estate to keep the professionals living in the city. He did not just want them to commute to New Brunswick; he wanted them to live there as well.