Arthur Becker’s Artistanal, Boutique Building

Arthur Becker’s putting his own name on a condominium project. With an eight unit building at 465 Washington Street in Tribeca. Arthur Becker said, “The building will be an artisanal, boutique building. The interiors designed by Paris Forino.

Arthur Becker began his career as a homebuilder then gradually moved into tech and finance. The 465 Washington when completed will have seven simplex apartments and one penthouse duplex.

Arthur Becker’s highest profile bet is on JDS Development Group and Property Market Group’s Billionaires’ Row Condo super tower. Arthur Becker an investor who bought and sold an assemblage at 251-259.

Arthur Beckers primary role is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Zinio LLC. Also Becker was CEO of NaviSite which provided application management to enterprise. When NaviSite sold back in 2011 he has been a private investor in technology and real estate since. He is also a member of Madison Partners NYC.

Arthur Becker was a senior advisor to Vera Wang fashion company. Becker born in 1950, In New York City. He has BA in Fine Arts from Bennighton College in 1969. Becker also attended business school at Amos Tuck. Arthur Becker a mixed major of ceramics and Photography. With intention to create photographic images with texture, introducing visual artifact common to paintings. His work exhibited at Morgan Walker Fine Art, Hal Katzen in New York; Arcature Fine Art and at Art Basel. To know more about him, check out his crunchbase profile.

Arthur Becker has been married to Vera Wang for 23 years. Becker currently invests in residential developments in New York City and Miami. Beckers’s skills are Real Estate Investing, Real Estate and Start-ups. Arthur Becker has a passion for Fine Art and takes that into consideration when it comes to decorating the inside of his buildings. Reference: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthur-becker-1547a134

Visit his website, arthurbeckerstudio.com for more info.

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  1. Arthur first purchased the building back in 2012, Arthur expanded the five story building to ten stories. Arthur’s total investment in the project equals $550 million in New York City. It is very important for http://www.asoc-aidu.com/ to have as much as they can in their service which is really important.

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