At this point it seems needless to say, but America is growing quite hostile toward the rich 1% of this country. It seems that millennial’s, in particular, are angry at the rich elite who continue to oppress lower class and middle-class Americans with financial tyranny. While many in the upper class have the reputation of being financial bullies, Omar Boraie rises above is characteristic and does great things for the state of New Jersey.
Many people in the media call Omar Boraie the tender father of New Brunswick. This is because he spends his time and resources turning New Brunswick around and helping it thrive. This turnaround took him 40 years, but after four decades, New Brunswick is an economic hotbed.
According to NY Times, Omar Boraie began turning New Brunswick around by building a community of families. He knows that family is the backbone of any community whether that be a town or city. He reached out to churches and nonprofits in order to build this kind of relationship. He gave them the funds and they were charged with organizing the events.
Omar Boraie then continued turning New Brunswick around by a making it a lucrative place to find a job. In order to make New Brunswick a lucrative place to find a job, Omar Boraie had to do two things. The first thing he had to do was keep local jobs in the area. He achieved this by helping Johnson and Johnson to stay in the area. The second thing he had to do was bring more jobs to the area. He did this by building commercial real estate and offering it for a nominal profit.
Omar Boraie continued turning New Brunswick around by building an elite team of power brokers who would align their visions to make New Brunswick great. This elite team was made up of Rutgers University President, the head of the City Council, several state Senators, and the most powerful nonprofit leaders of the city. For more details visit State Theatre New Jersey.
Omar Boraie finished turning New Brunswick around by growing the middle class. He did this by tapping into the need that all young professionals face. That need is to afford higher class real estate for lower prices. Boraie Development built class A office space, as well as residential areas, and sold it to the upstart professionals for a price they could afford. This brought the middle-class back and helped stabilize the economy.