Meet Arthur Becker – New York’s Real Estate Guru

Arthur Becker is a successful businessman based in New York. His business dealings range from tech, finance, art and majorly in real estate. His Tribeca real estate office also acts as an art studio, containing a complete workshop of his artwork (sculptures and paintings). The office is situated at 465 Washington Street where he is also developing a luxury condo of eight units with an estimated value of $52.5 million.

He is also a silent partner at Billionaires’ Row real estate project at 111 West in 57th Street along with businessmen, Kevin Maloney and Michael Stern. He is also an investor in a 16-storey condo in 10 Sullivan Street which was developed by Madison Equities, a company owned by Maloney and Robert Gladstone. However, in 2016 he exchanged his stake in the project for three townhouses in the same locality. He is expected to live in one of them and sell the other two. Check out Perez Hilton to know more.

Becker loves buying toy soldiers. Due to this, he was involved in the development and marketing of specialized binoculars which he called Bnox. Becker is involved in the collection of over millennia African currencies which he then reproduces into sculptures. Two large reproductions are to be installed in Capital Properties building in Boston. To demonstrate his love for art, his office is decorated with sculptures of crumpled cash, gold bars and other recognizable designs made of paper money.

According to NY Daily News, Mr. Becker has the love for macadamia cookies. While in his 30s he was persuaded by a friend to invest in Macadamia nut business in Hawaii. He invested $4 million in 12 orchards. He got a contract with Mrs. Fields where he sold them his harvest at $10 million.

Becker’s Professional Life

Born in 1950 in Brooklyn, Becker has a degree in Fine Arts from Bennington College. He also has a Business degree from Tuck School of Business. Mr. Becker started his career in 2002 as the Managing Director of Madison Technology Group.

Becker also worked as the CEO of NaviSite from 2003 up to 2011 when Time Warner Cable acquired the company. He is currently the Managing Director of Atlantic Investors as well as the Chairman and CEO of Zinio LLC.

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