The Tribeca real estate run by Arthur Becker has an office that also serves as an art studio with fully furnished workshop. The space is located at the 465 Washington Street and is an eight-unit condo valued at $52.5 million. Arthur Becker is previously was a Bear Stearns stockbroker and made his fortunes by buying tech firms in the early 2000s. He has recently shifted to the real estate business and mainly operates in Florida and New York. https://ny.curbed.com/2016/8/30/12715656/10-sullivan-soho-townhouses-arthur-becker
Becker sources ancient currencies from various African countries like Cameroon and Nigeria some of these currencies are more than 1000 years old, and he uses them to reproduce sculptures. Boston will soon host two of these reproductions which will be installed Capital Properties structures in this area. After his college, Becker relocated to Vermont and started to restore the 18th-century homes. He sold one of these homes to Vermont Governor Thomas Salmon.
In the early 2000s, Becker started to buy tech companies and ran NaviSite, a web-hosting company up to 2010. He then sold the company for $230 million in 2011 to Time Warner Cable. Becker then undertook the managerial role Zinio, a publishing platform after which he ventured into the real estate business. Together with Wang, they have two daughters aged 22 and 25.
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About Arthur Becker
Arthur Becker doubles as the CEO and Chairman of Zinio. He has previously served as the CEO of NaviSite, a company that offered application and technology management services in the US and UK between 2002 and 2010. This company had offices in US, UK, and India and offered cloud-based and data center application management to organizations. Becker has also served as a senior advisor to Vera Wang Fashion Company for seven years.
He graduated with a mixed major of photography and ceramics from Bennington College. He also attended Amos Tuck (Dartmouth) business school. He started his career by restoring the 18th-century houses in New England before being a CEO of two tech firms. In the last quarter of the 1990s, he started creating photographic images and paintings. Today his work focuses on exploring ancient currencies and recreating them. Source: Bloomberg.com