Arthur Becker has settled into his real estate office in downtown Tribeca, a neighborhood located in Manhattan. For years Becker has been working as an investor for a variety of different industries. From ancient currency in South Africa to macadamia nut farms in Hawaii, Becker has done just about everything there is to do. Now Arthur Becker is looking to establish himself as a real player in the ever burgeoning real estate market in New York City. This industry is hard to enter and even more difficult to succeed once inside. However, Arthur Becker has established himself for success thanks to an innovative approach to investing and a portfolio that few others can rival in the field.
To start out with, Arthur Becker jumped into his first fortune while working as a stockbroker at Bear Stearns. Becker made his fortune by investing and trading various stock companies until he got his hit. This first fortune gave Becker the freedom to pursue other avenues of investing and eventually they would break him out even further. Becker rolled from working as a tech trading mogul straight into the varied point investor that we pointed out above. These investments weren’t all successes but the majority of them left Becker better off than when he started.
Eventually we would see Becker make his way into New York’s real estate scene. Becker started off like all measured individuals do: by partnering up with seasoned professionals in order to learn the ropes. Becker worked as a silent backer, providing money, for Madison Equity which was developed with Kevin Maloney and Robert Gladstone. Becker also invested heavily in the Billionaires’ Row project that was run by Michael Stern as well as Kevin Maloney. After getting his taste of the industry as a silent partner Becker realized that he wanted to take control and become the name on the front of the building. You can check out Ideamensch to know more.
Now, we see that Arthur Becker has bought his first solo development project. This project is located at 465 Washington Street and will become an 8 unit luxury condo when all is said and done. Right now the project is appraised to sell for nearly $53 million. More details can be found on Perezhilton.
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