Arthur Becker influential New York renaissance man

Arthur Becker is a top real estate leader in America. Arthur Becker resides and works in New York. His real estate office also serves him as an art studio. His first solo development project was a luxury condo and netted him more than $52.3 million dollars. Arthur Becker was originally a Bear Stearns stockbroker, where he made his mark by buying tech companies in the early 200s, which brought him millions. He now works in the Florida and New York real estate markets.

Arthur Becker has had a variety of business ventures within the industries of finance, technology, art and real estate. Arthur Becker has launched businesses including one that produced specialized binoculars and another that made an origami money board. Arthur Becker is obsessed with ancient currency and has collected currency from countries such as Nigeria and Cameroon. He has transformed his love for money into an art form, creating sculptures and origami that are based on money.

According to NY Curbed, Arthur Becker’s original investment was a $40 macadamia nut farm. He managed to sell the nuts to Mrs. Fields Cookies for $10 million. He later bought tech company NaviSite and ran that company until 2010. NaviSite was later sold to Time Warner Cable for $230 million. He also entered the publishing field and bought publishing platform Zinio.

Arthur Becker graduated Bennington College with a focus in art and photography. He also attended business school at Dartmouth and became a house flipper and managed to flip 18th Century American homes in New England for a large profit. Arthur Becker’s photography skills has made him well known in the region and has had his work displayed at several art exhibits including Morgan Walker Fine Art and the Hal Katzen Gallery in New York. Arthur Becker’s latest works have been focusing on money and it’s meaning and man’s idolatry with it. Arthur Becker has also previously been a senior adviser to the Vera Wang company.

Arthur Becker has been seen in several financial magazines including Bloomberg and several online websites including thereal.com. Becker is the CEO and chairman of Zinio. He has also become a managing member at Atlantis Investors.

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