Ballerhouse, Inc. will be at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday checking out all the hot new product launches. We promise to sift through all of the crap and report back on the products that are truly baller. Expect coverage to begin late Monday afternoon with more to come throughout the week.Related Posts
Chances are, unless your typical shower involves SOMEONE ELSE grabbing for your hot water knob, it could probably be a lot more entertaining. If you’re like most people, you might have a one-speaker shower radio or an old CD player hooked up just outside your shower door. It’s probably better than nothing. But your shower experience could be better. Much better.
Sentosa Cove, a residential development on Sentosa Island in Singapore is marketed as “the world’s most desirable address.” There’s no doubt that Sentosa Cove is among the more exclusive developments in Southeast Asia, but is it really the world’s most exclusive address? We’ll let you decide.
Divided into two gated communities, covering 290 acres, Sentosa Cove has a members-only marina, berths for mega yachts, and a W Hotel in the works. On the island there are 2 championship golf courses, and there are plans to build a resort featuring a casino as well as a Universal Studios theme park.
Of the 2,500 homes planned for completion, some of the more exciting projects include: Read the rest of this entry »Related Posts
Browsing through eBay, we came across “The Champ,” a slick-looking shuffleboard table selling for a pretty reasonable price of $3,299.99 (through the buy it now option).
Why it’s Baller
Designed with an antique theme that was traditional for shuffleboards in the early part of the 19th century, The Champ is the classiest shuffleboard table we’ve seen. It features a high-tech electronic scoreboard made out of wood as well as climatic adjusters to keep the table from warping or drying in any altitude. At 12′ The Champ can also fit into just about any room in your house or apt, which makes it more versatile than all of the 16′ models on the market.
Howard Stern has acquired 3 apartments below his 4,027 square foot penthouse in New York City’s Millenium Tower for $15.1 million. The new apts. total 4,027 square feet, bringing his total square footage up to 8,176. Before purchasing the additional units, Stern received permission from the building’s board to combine the new 3 with his existing penthouse (made up of 2 seperate units). There is little doubt the “King of All Media” will convert all of his units into one massive apartment. The Millenium Tower is located at 101/111 West 67th St. and is also home to Regis Philbin, who lives 2 floors below Stern.