Arthur Becker, a 66-year old real estate investor, was the former Bear Stearns stockbroker. In the early 2000s, Arthur Becker made a fortune and bought several tech companies. Arthur also made investments in Sullivan Street which is a 16-story condo building developed by Robert Gladstone’s Madison Equities. Later, the Sullivan Street developers transferred three Sullivan Street townhouses to Arthur Becker. The developers did this in exchange for Becker’s stake in their project. Currently, Arthur Becker has invested in real estate projects in regions such as Florida and New York.
According to Huffingtonpost, Arthur Becker has been married for over twenty years to Vera Wang. Arthur’s wife is a designer. Becker and Wang have two daughters. Besides Arthur’s family life, his entire focus is in his mogul’s business. The business deals with large entities. The variety of the business operations includes spanning finance, art, biotech, infotech and real estate. In the art category, Arthur’s Tribeca office demonstrates that. The real estate office is designed as an art studio. The office consists of full-fledged workshop alongside paintings and sculptures on display. Also, Becker’s art usually contains money in both Euros and dollars. Visit LinkedIn to know more.
Besides living in the modern world, Arthur still values ancient items. Becker collects traditional currencies from African countries like Cameroon and Nigeria. Most of the old currencies are over a millennium old. Becker uses these currencies to make sculptures. Soon, Becker will design two huge reproductions that he will install in Boston in a Capital Properties commercial building.
Arthur Becker has had other leadership positions in other companies. Arthur Becker is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Zinio. Before this post, Arthur was the CEO of NaviSite, a company that offers technology and application management services. Arthur also worked in his wife’s company. Mr. Becker served as the senior advisor to the fashion company for seven years. Arthur Becker has been a private investor in real estate and technology since 2011 up to date.
Mr. Becker has invested in significant projects in Chelsea Tower, Redhook Third Avenue, and Townhouses on Sixth Avenue. Becker publicizes his intentions. He is looking for opportunities to work together with other real estate experts. Arthur intends to properly utilize the knowledge he acquired from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.