Arthur Becker, a tech finance mogul-turned-developer, uses money to develop fascinating art pieces. His Tribeca real estate office is full of art displays, including paintings and sculptures that he has created. On his desk, there is a sculpture that he made using ancient currencies, which he acquired from African Countries. There is also a sculpture of crumpled cash in his office. The sculpture features gold bars stacked on top of each other, and origami animals. Arthur Becker has already sold some of his art work and plans to exhibit them during the launch of one of his townhouses in Sullivan Street. On his desk, there are other items like a binocular, a magic ball, cookies, paperweights and brick sample, and a Navisite notepad. At one time, Becker engaged in a binocular, cookie and brick business.
About Arthur Becker
Arthur Becker is a successful investor, who specializes in tech, finance and real estate. In 2000s, Arthur invested in tech companies before concentrating his investments in the field of real estate. He was chairman and CEO of Zinio, the world’s largest digital magazine distributor. Previously, Arthur was the CEO of Navisite, a company that offered internet technology services. Navisite had active presence in the UK, India and US where they offered data center hosting services and cloud-based management solutions to various enterprises. Arthur began his career as a stockbroker at Bear Stearns in 1988. Later, he worked for ProGroup, a company that supplied golf equipment, as the chairman of the board of directors. In addition, Becker oversaw the sale of the company.
Later, he founded Bnox, Inc., a technological company. He is also the brain behind Advance Partners, a UK-based company that offered financial consultancy services. In 2001, together with a business partner, Arthur Becker established Atlantic Investors. He used this corporation to acquire three data center companies, including Navisite. According to Curbed, his outstanding leadership enabled Navisite to acquire 10 companies in eight years. He sold the corporation to Time Warner in 2011. This way, he ventured into the real estate industry by investing in various projects in New York and Florida. Some of his notable projects include the 465 Washington Street, three townhouses in Sullivan Street and a row development at 111 West 57th Street. Presently, he is a partner at Madison Partners LLC.
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