A walk through Arthur Becker’s real estate office in Tribeca would yield to you some interesting information. Becker is a big name and face in the New York real estate world but his office paints a slightly different picture. One half of his artist is dedicated to all things real estate while the other half is focused on his artwork. The art studio is filled with paintings, sculptures, and works in progress. Becker is a wonderful example of a man with multiple passions who has managed to balance them in his business life.
Right now Arthur Becker’s attention seems primarily focused on his work at 465 Washington Street in New York. His goal for this building is to develop a multi-unit condo that blends his love of art and fashion with his take on what luxury and high end apartments are lacking. The condo development is valued at $53 million and we expect to see the solo project come to fruition sooner than later. For years Becker has been mostly playing the role of real estate investor behind the scenes, seemingly not interested in having his name on the building. Now it appears that the times have changed and Becker wants his work known. We’re eager to see what happens with the building as work continues.
In an article on NY Daily News, in order to get his building going at 465 Washington Street Becker had to make some moves. Back in August Becker had to cut a deal with adjacent townhouses on Sullivan Street in order to complete his building the way he had planned it. These townhouses were acquired in exchange for a stake in the condo after it gets built. This is the kind of dealmaker that has made Becker such a force int he real estate world. Becker has also been the money man behind works from Michael Stern and Kevin Maloney.
Arthur Becker got his start back in the early 2000’s when he struck a goldmine as a stockbroker working with various tech companies. Becker translated that first fortune into his current success in the realm of real estate, largely focusing on New York.
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