Arthur Becker is a man of many tastes. He has an office that operates as a real estate business and an art gallery. Mr. Becker made all the art in the gallery. He has invested in several real estates. One is a 16-story condo owned by Maloney and Robert Gladstone’s Madison Equities. Mr. Becker will have his first chance of going solo on a project that is close to his office. It is an eight-unit condo building that will sell for 52.5 million dollars. Not only does he have interests in real estate, but also in other things as well. According to The Real Deal, he has an interest in binoculars, ancient currencies from Africa, money Origami, and macadamia nuts from Hawaii, Magic 8 Balls, paperweights that he collected from travels and gave to him by his mother, restoring 18th-century houses, and real estate. For the future, Mr. Becker wants to speed forward into real estate.
Currently, Arther Becker is the CEO of a publishing company called Zinio, LLC. He started his journey after business school restoring houses. They were 18th-century houses. He started on barns, and then worked up to houses. Then in 2001, Mr. Becker pursued employment as managing director at a technology company called Madison Technology Group LLC. In 2002, Mr. Becker joined Atlantic Investors, LLC. In that same year, he became the CEO of a technology company called NaviSite.
According to NY Daily News, in 1972, Mr. Becker acquired a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at Bennington College. He majored in ceramics and photography. Mr. Becker continued to do some photography in the 1990’s. Mr. Becker’s photos had a likeness of paintings with textures. His main focus in art now is on the meaning of currency. In 1974, Mr. Becker also acquired a Master’s Degree in Business at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He has two grown daughters.
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