Arthur Becker’s Tribeca real estate office is anything but ordinary as it also happens to double as his work studio. Located in his real estate office he has a full on workshop with sculptures and paintings that he has put on display. Talk about a great use of space. His office is located right on down the street from where he plans to have his first ground up solo development project done at. The project is going to be a eight unit condo that is expected to sell at around $52.5 million. The now 66 year old started making his fortune when he began buying out tech companies in the early 2000s. Arthur Becker has been known to of invested in a 16 story condo building that was developed by Maloney and Robert Gladstone’s Madison Equities. He then went on to state “In the end, I got lucky, I came into the market at the right time”. You can visit Inspirery to know more.
Arthur Becker was born in 1950 in Brooklyn, NY. He went on to become a graduate from Bennington College and went on to go to business school at Amos Tuck. After that Arthur went on to help move 18th century houses in England and then ended up becoming the CEO of two technology companies. In a report by NY Curbed, in the late 1990s Becker went on to resume his photographic work with hopes that he could create more images with texture. His most recent piece focuses a lot of currency. His work has also been seen to of been exhibited at Morgan Fine Art and the Hal Katzen in New York, in Palm Beach Florida and at Art Basel. Currently Arthur is making residential investments in New York and Miami. Arthur is seen to be a very lucky yet busy man that knows exactly how to invest in just the right places.