Arthur Becker; a tech and real estate expert

Arthur Becker has been known for his involvement in the tech world as he has been the manager of different tech companies. However, the different real estate projects that he has been involved with have put him in the limelight.

He has actually been ranked among the top 10 real estate investors in New York by NY Mag. In 2016, Arthur scored big in the real estate. He is now the proud owner of 3 townhouses that are adjacent to each other. These houses are among the four houses that are owned by the Madison Equities and the Property Markets. Arthur had earlier stated that he would live in one of the townhouses while he rents the rest.

Arthur got the better part of the deal when he traded his stake in the condominium development for the townhouses. According to, the condominium project has been pioneered by the Madison Equities and the Property Markets. Even though he declined to reveal the amount of money he invested, it is believed that he stands to make a profit from these townhouses. The value of the townhouses increased after they were completed.

All his real estate investments have been made via the Atlantic Investors company. Arthur has made his money from all his tech investments.


His tech career started in 2002 when he joined the Navisite which is a company that provides hosting and cloud services. He was a CEO and board member of the company a position that he served in for eight years.

In 2001, he joined the Madison technology group as the managing director. He is still holding this position today.

The fascinating part is that he is the manager and the CEO of two more companies. He has been the managing member of Atlantic investors since 2002. This is the company that has propelled his real estate investments. In 2014, he became the chairman and CEO of Zinio. This is a company that deals with the distribution of digital magazines.


Arthur joined the Bennington College in 1969 for his BA. He graduated in 1972 and soon after joined the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth from 1973 to 1974.

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