Arthur Becker is a tech magnate known for various reasons. Most people recognize him as the calm mind behind most of the superlative projects in town. However, this marks a difference as he has opted to tag his reputation on a condominium project. It is already in the air that Arthur intends to put an eight-story building in the streets of Tribeca in 465 Washington. In an interview with “The Real Deal,” Becker disclosed that the project would be an “artisanal, boutique building,” with the interior designs courtesy of Paris Forino. You might get fascinated at realizing that Becker started off as a home builder. Before growing into a tech and finance mogul, Arthur operated a Hawaii macadamia orchard.
Becker’s Property Involvement in the New York City
As it counts, Arthur’s New York projects register an investment of over $550 million. However, this is just a rough figure, as there is no clarity on the lump sum he has deployed in various initiatives. The JDS Development Group and Property Market’s Group are the highest bets known. The former financial backer says that they opted to put an on hold on their sales since they realized there was no urgency among buyers. Although not so many people know, Becker was also among the investors who purchased and later sold the collection at 251-259 Third Avenue in Gramercy. The project was sold out to Alfa Development at $70 million, more details can be found on Page Six.
Personal Information Regarding Arthur Becker
According to PerezHilton, Arthur is recognized as a managing partner at Madison Partners, LLC and early stage Bio Tech Ventures. Madison Partners focuses on real estate development, an area where Arthur’s prowess is unmatched. Currently, he is basing his investments around New York and Miami regions. There are several other areas he invested in, including; Third Avenue, Redhook, Tribeca, Townhouses on Sixth Avenue, Sullivan Street, to mention but a few.
There are various avenues through which Arthur gained experience. He even cites that his experience at Zinio, LLC motivated him to start his endeavor. The MBA holder from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth served as a board member of Zinio, LLC. He has always expanded his territories since he is smart in market analysis.