Arthur Becker considers himself a lucky real estate investor. He joined the property market when it was booming, and today he is one of the top listed real estate experts. Besides, Mr. Becker has an interesting hobby of making art from real money.
Arthur’s entrepreneurial journey began as an investor in tech companies. He bought a web hosting company named NaviSite which he grew to a profitable franchise. Time Warner Cable later bought NaviSite from Arthur valuing it at $230 million. Later, Becker bought a publishing company, Zinio, and sold it to join the real estate business.
Today Arthur Becker has a list of high rise property in New York and Florida. He was also an angel investor in a real estate project managed by Madison Equities. Madison Equities was developing a 16 story building comprising of condominium units. Arthur Becker received three houses on Sullivan Street from Madison Equities. He currently lives in of these houses while selling off the other two. Check out Perez Hilton to know more.
Arthur Becker has invested in other businesses. He once farmed Macadamia nuts in Hawaii and sold the product to a condiment factory. Becker also ran a company selling a brand of binoculars names Bnox. While selling Bnox, he developed a hobby for collecting binoculars-holding toy soldiers.
Speaking of hobbies, Becker is a seasoned origami and sculpting artist. He makes origami art out of, not ordinary paper but, real money. Becker has a reason for doing this; he wants to teach the masses not to build their virtues around money. Money is no substitute for love, friendship, safety, or hope.
Interestingly, many of Becker’s Wall Street friends find his artwork amazing. Arthur Becker has sold several of his art pieces to his friends and inspired to make more. He even plans to hold an exhibition in his Sullivan Street townhouse.
About Arthur Becker
Arthur Becker is a real estate developer in New York and now Miami. He has real estate property in Redhook, Sullivan, Chelsea Tower and Tribeca. He also has property investments in Steinway, Sixth Avenue and Third Avenue in New York.
Mr. Becker holds a BA in Fine Arts from the Bennington College. He runs an art studio, inside his real estate office, where he makes origami sculptors.