Technology guru Mr. Arthur Becker has been quietly financing some of the most successful and bug developers including Kevin Maloney, Michael Stern and Robert Gladstone. However, time has come when he decided to put his name to the project. Becker a one-time big shot investor has also turned himself into a developer as proven by his filing a field plan at the attorney general’s office in New York State. He plans to develop an eight unit building located Tribeca, 465 Washington Street. The projected sellout for this development is estimated at $52.5 million.
Mr. Becker revealed in an interview that the boutique project’s interiors will be designed by Paris Forino. Mr. Becker Arthur bought this land as a primer and got into his homebuilding career then progressed to keeping a macadamia orchard in Hawaii before finally venturing into the fiancé and tech world. He loved the Tribeca location because of its manageable size. The project upon completion will have 7 simplex apartments and a penthouse duplex. The asking price for the units will be between 5 million dollars and 14 million dollars for the penthouses. He has bought a lot of surrounding property to help accommodate his expansion plans.
About Arthur Becker
According to Wikipedia, Arthur Becker is a New York native having been born in the city in 1950. He works in New York in the Tech and Financing industry and has recently taking up development and real estate. He graduated from Bennington College with qualification mixture of ceramics and photography. He went to Dartmouth for business school. His first job on houses involved moving 18th century American houses to New England. Alongside this, he became the CEO of two tech companies.
In an article on PerezHilton, he resumed photography in 1990 with the goal of introducing a trait found n paintings known as visual artifact. He is very passionate about building, which is seen from his earlier role as an investor and supporter of developers to the current shift of being a developer himself. Real Capital analytics reveal that Becker’s investments on projects in New York are in a tune of 550 million dollars. However, no one knows for sure how much he has parted with.