George Subraj, a graduate of Hofstra University, is president of Zara Realty Holding Corporation. Serving Jamaica, New York, and its surrounding community, George Subraj works to ensure that Zara residents enjoy quality and comfort.

Zara Realty offers apartment homes for rent with a variety of one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans. Among many other amenities, they boast walk-in closets, private balconies, new appliances, and vaulted ceilings. Residents enjoy new laundry centers, garage parking, on-site security, and maintenance service that is reliable and prompt, available for emergencies around the clock.

With apartments located east of Manhattan and near the Grand Central Parkway, Van Wyck Expressway, and Long Island Expressway, Zara apartments provide convenient access to public transportation, schools, and shopping.

Run by a team of professionals dedicated to providing the highest level of service to its residents, Zara Realty is committed to maintaining clean, safe, comfortable, and affordable apartment homes.


George Subraj is a business leader in the real-estate industry currently serving as president of Zara Realty Holding Corp. He is a dedicated supporter of Guyana Watch and a past participant of the group’s medical outreach team. 

Founded in 1992, Guyana Watch Inc. is a nonprofit organization that focuses on providing humanitarian assistance to underprivileged communities in Guyana. Each year, Guyana Watch sends an experienced team of medical professionals to serve at local medical clinics. Teams generally consist of physicians, dentists, and pharmacists. Committed to helping as many individuals as possible, the medical teams sometimes attend to 45,000 patients at multiple sites.

In addition to providing medical care, Guyana Watch also offers educational and counseling services. Programs are entirely financed by charitable donations from the organization’s members and friends. Driven by a true spirit of charity, all volunteers who travel to Guyana pay their own expenses. To learn more about the humanitarian work of Guyana Watch, visit