Madison Partners LLC is the latest venture that tech mogul and real estate developer Arthur Becker is undertaking. Arthur Becker has a vast resume behind him of successful business ventures, investment firms, and more. Becker’s story has been quite riveting to follow along as he has pretty much embodied what it means to be an entrepreneur. Today we are going to dig into Becker’s newest venture with Madison Partners in order to see what makes him tick, where he sees his company going, and what new marketing trends are on his mind.
Madison Partners is already making an impact in the real estate field of New York City. The company has a pair of real estate developments grabbing headlines. One development is located on Sullivan Street in Soho while the other development is in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan — right near Becker’s own personal office. These real estate developments serve as Becker’s big chance to take the reigns as a lead developer in the real estate world. Becker had previously largely been a quiet backer for bigger developers in the city. Now his training seems to have paid off and he is determined to make his own mark. But that isn’t all that Becker is paying attention to.
Becker says, “I am very intrigued by a number of trends in bio tech, particularly in the field of cancer treatment.” While bio tech is a long ways away from real estate development, it is something that Becker and Madison Partners will be pursuing wholeheartedly. Arthur Becker admits that he doesn’t have any medical training but he believes that he is still sufficiently educated and exposed enough to different information in order to start making informed decisions. In fact, Becker seems to be completely passionate about this side of the business.
Things haven’t always been great for Becker, but they haven’t been bad for a while. When prodded as to the worst job he’s ever worked Arthur Becker had to go all the way back to when he was just 16 years old when he mowed lawns for the Parks Department for $1.60 per hour. Becker cites that job as the driving force behind his own entrepreneurial spirit.