A Review Of New York City’s BioTech And Real Estate Investor, Arthur Becker

Arthur Becker serves an active managing member of Madison Partners, LLC. This investment company was founded in 2004. The entity specializes in early stage Biotech and real estate ventures. It was established as the ownership firm of NaviSite, which operates in the technology services industry. NaviSite offers a variety of services, including hosting and colocation to businesses based in the US and UK. NaviSite had offices in US, India, and UK where it offered cloud-based application management and data center hosting to the enterprise market. He also served on the board of the company until it was sold in 2011. Previously, Becker worked as the president and chief executive officer of ZINIO, a renowned digital newsstand in the globe.

Arthur Becker developed an interest in the real estate industry following his tenure at ZINO and NaviSite where he was engaged in real estate and technology. Initially, he invested in New York City and Miami’s condominium development. Becker has also been exposed to several startups in biotech where he has been fascinated by the changing patterns in the industry and the existing economic opportunities. He is also inspired by how the business provides an individual with the opportunity to touch lives.

Recently, he became a proud owner of three town houses located on Sullivan Street in Soho. He acquired the properties in exchange of his stake in a condominium development, which is located near the townhouses. Becker is a quiet supporter of New York City’s real estate industry. He is the owner of 30, 40, and 50 Sullivan Street. The townhouses are part of the four homes that were developed by Madison Equities of Robert Gladstone and Property Markets Group, which is run by Kevin Maloney. According to nydailynews.com, these properties were developed concurrently with the 16-story condo establishment, which has a boat-like shape.

While speaking to The Real Deal, Becker said that he had invested in the project and became the owner of the townhouses. However, he refused to disclose the amount of money that he invested in the project. He noted that he did not make more investments in the developments in exchange for the properties, apart from about $4 million that was used to improve one of the townhouse that he intends to occupy. Besides being an entrepreneur, Becker is a philanthropist and an artist.

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