Becker is well known as a tech investor and has now built his career about real estate and art. In his office, you would find these two sides of his life coexisting. An office adorned with several of his art pieces and a fully-fledged art studio with sculptures, a workshop, and paintings. Currently investing solo, Becker is setting up a ground-up investment project which is estimated at a worth of $52.5 million. He admits that making it in the real estate was a matter of luck and timing for him.
In the 2000s Becker was on a role and invested in tech companies where he made his fortune. From then, he has set up shop in real estate initially partnering with major players in the market before deciding to strike out on this current project. In a recent dealing with Maloney and Robert Gladstone’s Madison Equities, he received three Sullivan Street townhouses adjacent to each other for his investment stake. Check out Bloomberg to know more.
Some exploits that Arthur Becker has ventured into include marketing, collecting and apparently, farming. In the 1980s, Becker and a friend invested in macadamia nuts. Currently, he is collecting ancient African currencies and reproducing them artistically. It seems Becker still yearns to re-establish grand items that are in line with his artistic and business ambitions. Already, some of his art pieces have sold. Owing to a childhood belief, Becker has grown attached to the 8-ball which he then believed could reveal the future.
According to Huffingtonpost, we know life as a journey and Arthur Becker has surely traveled a long way. The ceramic/photography graduate has worked as a photographer in the 1990s experimenting his unique art with textures. He has also attended Dartmouth for business studies. Briefly, he resided at a Buddhist monastery in Vermont.
In a report by Curbed, Becker’s work in real estate began shortly after leaving the monastery. His first projects were the restoration of 18th-century houses, although he remembers starting with a barn. Today, Becker is set on developing his art and investing in real estate. His art features currency and the contemporary attachment developed through these meanings.
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