Arthur Becker’s real estate office cum studio is has a fully developed workshop with paintings and sculptures on display. The office is located at 465 Washington Street near an eight-unit opulent condo, which is his solo development project. Once completed, the luxury condo is expected to sell at $52.5 million. Becker began his career as a stockbroker before venturing the technology industry. Recently, the 66-year-old real estate magnate ventured the real estate sector in Florida and New York.
Becker has been a secretly supporting Michael Stern and Kevin Maloney development projects at 111 West 57th Street. He also invested in the development of a 16-story condo in 10 Sullivan Street developed by Robert Gladstone’s Madison Equities and Maloney. However, his stake at the project was withdrawn after he was offered three Sullivan Street townhouses. Becker has invested in multiple industries including tech, art, and real estate and spanning finance. Some of the most memorable business ventures include:
In a report by NY Daily News, Binoculars: Investing in binoculars was one of the failed investments. Dubbed Bnox, didn’t take off in the market because people didn’t like the focus and the distance between the eyes.
Ancient Currencies: Becker reproduces sculptures from ancient currencies collected from Africa especially Cameroon and Nigeria. Two large sculptures are set to be fitted in a Capital Properties commercial building in Boston. Check out Bloomberg to know more.
Origami Money Board: In most of his arts, dollars, and euros are often present. Inside his office, there are several sculptures made of crumbled money.
Cookies: AT his early thirties, he ventured the macadamia nut business. The business didn’t take off as the nuts took years to grow.
About Arthur Becker
Arthur Becker is an American-born technology genius. Currently, he serves as the managing member of Madison Partners, LLC, an investment firm specializing in early stage Bio Tech Ventures and real estate. Arthur graduated from Bennington College with BA. He later joined Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth where he studied business. Becker began his successful career at NaviSite where he served as the CEO and board member.
Becker also serves as managing member of Atlantic Investors and chairman and CEO of Zinio. Over the years, Arthur has gained a wealth of experience in start-ups, mergers, and acquisitions and venture capital. Currently, Becker invests in residential development in Miami and New York. Some of his investments in the real estate include Redhook, Third Avenue, Tribeca, and Chelsea Tower among many others.