On the streets of New York, Arthur Becker is a renowned entrepreneur not only by the name but also for his success stories in different fields. His extensive investment skills have seen him get involved with many people on the streets. However, his success in the real estate business saw him gain popularity.
Also, his love for art can never go unnoticed as he applies it to his real estate projects. By throwing a glance at his Tribeca’s office, you will understand his love for art. This particular office also doubles as an art studio, filled with carvings and painting. Among the art present in his workshop are ancient currencies from African countries such as Cameroon.
Also, the art entails recognizable shapes derived from crumpled paper money. Also, in this particular office, one can also notice the magic eight ball, paperweights and a brick sample all which serves both as art and memory for his past life. This particular project is a great milestone in his career being his first ground-solo project. The project is expected to retail at not less than $52.5 million.
Arthur Becker has a reputation of pointing out an opportunity and making the best out of it. In early 2000, the successful entrepreneur made a great fortune in brokering tech companies on behalf of Bear Stearns. In the recent past, however, Arthur has dedicated his skills to real estate investment. His dedication and reputation have seen him involved in the development of 111 West 57th Street. Besides, he also invested in 10 Sullivan Street which later saw him receiving three townhouses in exchange for his stake in the project.
About Arthur Becker and his career life
Becker, the now proud owner of three elegant and strategically placed townhouses on Sullivan Street, is a graduate of the prestigious Bennington College. He pursued his BA at the Institute between 1969 and 1972. In 1973, Becker joined the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth where he schooled for a year.
Currently, the successful business person serves as the chairman of Zinio LLC. Besides, since 2001, Becker has been serving as the managing director of the Madison Partners technologies. Also, Becker has been the manager of Atlantic Investors Company, a position that he has been holding since 2002. Before, Becker served as the CEO of the NaviSite for eight years, a term that he boasts of being behind his vast portfolio. More details can be found on Crunchbase.