Louie Boji

Louie is the founder and Chairman of Boji Group. Louie is the patriarch of a wide range of family-owned businesses including real estate, gas stations and convenience stores, warehouse and distribution centers, several hotels and fast food restaurants totaling more than 50 properties located throughout Michigan, Ohio, North Carolina and California. Collectively, these companies employ more than 600 people and generate revenues in excess of $.5 billion.

Early on, Louie became involved in a number of grocery and convenience stores with a variety of partners. His role was to provide finance, management and real estate expertise, including the development of two large retail centers before leading the acquisition of the Michigan National Tower from Michigan National Bank in 1998. His visionary insight and expert business management has been instrumental in growing the impressive real estate portfolio.

Louie is an active community participant and serves on several boards including treasurer of the Parish Council at Mother of God in Southfield; former treasurer and current vice chairman of the Arab American and Chaldean Council; and was appointed by Governor Snyder to the Michigan Education Trust. In 2007, Louie was awarded Business Person of the Year by the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce.

Louie earned a law degree in his homeland of Iraq from the University of Baghdad in June 1965, immigrated to the U.S. in 1968 and became a citizen in 1974.


Boji Group specializes in creating innovative solutions to challenging development opportunities, and creating private-public partnerships to achieve project goals. Boji Group has a proud tradition of exceeding customer expectations and a culture of service excellence, and welcomes the opportunity to meet your real estate needs.

Specializing in Private-Public Partnerships


Contact Boji Group

Boji Tower
124 W Allegan, Suite 2100
Lansing, MI 48933

Phone : (517) 377-3000
Fax : (517) 485-8604

Park Plaza
255 S. Old Woodward, Suite 310
Birmingham, MI 48009