Well-rounded businessmen are a rare thing to come by these days. Most of them are all about money, and doesn’t care who they have to walk over or what dreams they have to sacrifice to make a profit. One, however, stands out above the crowd. Arthur Becker, the tech mogul who does it all. From real estate to art, this guy really takes the cake.
First off, any man who separates from his wife and still makes it to an event where she’s awarded for her accomplishments is a standup guy. Obviously family values are driven hard into his foundation, and would do anything to make his family happy. In an article on NY Daily News, he even finds the time to pursue a passion of his own, art. That’s right; Tribeca Real Estate is also an art studio where Mr. Becker displays his sculptures and paintings. But that’s not all Arthur Becker is known for.
Now, he’s more of a silent partner, but his first solo development is expected to sell for $52 million. He made his fortune buying tech companies in the early 2000s; but is more recently into real estate in New York and Florida. At 66 this former Bear Stearns stock broker is worth more than his money. He has many hobbies, including painting, sculpting, and collecting ancient currencies from African countries that he reproduces as sculptures.
After college, he spent time at a Buddhist monastery in Vermont, and even stayed a while after leaving said monastery to restore 18th century buildings. His love for architecture and pride in his work can be seen in everything he touches, including his family.
In a report by Huffingtonpost, though he separated from his wife, Vera Wang, in 2012, he has still shown up to a few events where Vera was awarded for her accomplishments. He and Vera have two daughters, and are all on good terms. More details can be found on Madison Partners.
All in all Arthur Becker is a great guy. He does it all, and doesn’t think twice when an opportunity presents itself to do the right thing. He’s an artist at heart and a businessman from out of this world. There isn’t much this guy can’t do.
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