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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, Jul 21, 2020.
That makes more sense. No way are people of that stature of income are perusing Zillow lol
Reduce, not eliminate
If that’s in a cool area that would be dope to renovate.
I couldn't find any info on it but kind of think it's an old funeral home maybe
It said on the listing it was a nursing home.
Wasn’t the WTC especially susceptible to sway due to the design? Moreso than Empire, Chrysler, etc…?
I had a fun time going down the “432 Problems” rabbit hole last night. Seems like the complaints sorted into four categories:
Legitimate: water flooding and elevator issues
Minor: some creaking and a loud trash chute
Inconsequential: free breakfast at restaurant discontinued and NYCers mad at the design/skyline impact
Truly unhinged: main source for the hit pieces irate that she was forced to ride a service lift and wear a hard hat to view her floor before construction was finished.
Nothing I saw cited real complaints of excessive sway, but I didn’t have NYT access to read the primary article everyone else referenced.
What the hell thread did I just click on?
When Sarina Abramovich and her husband, who bought a high-floor unit for $17 million, was scheduled to move in, the building was still under construction. "They put me in a freight elevator surrounded by steel plates and plywood, with a hard-hat operator," she said. "That's how I went up to my hoity-toity apartment before closing."
Her husband worked extremely hard to become a Russian oligarch and pillage the post-Soviet economy so she wouldn’t have to be in the same room as someone in a hard hat.
Can you imagine how traumatic that must’ve been for her?
Now THIS is a McMansion! Wow!
that’s so terrible it’s cool
Which turret would you guys pick to go full prepper in
The random dome in the back is my early favorite
The sheer mass to make those vehicles look so tiny is just impressive
"The colors look a little monochrome..."
"Say no more fam. Bam, random yellow panel."
Looks pretty huge and like it might be large enough to be considered a real mansion. Just a terribly, terribly ugly one.
McMansion doesn’t mean not a real mansion. Just means it’s for someone whose taste is far outrun by their money
That's fucking sick.
The upkeep on those tanks is more than my mtg guaranteed.
Lot of sick posters here!
It's always been my dream to watch Pocahantas II in the pool while cars drive by.
I need a four part documentary on this. Who originally owned the land and what was on it. Who currently owns it. Built at one time or multiple additions. So much more. 9 year old me loves it.
We’re looking at five or six stories here?
Not sure this fits but….
Being in Nevada I assume this is an ambitious hoarding effort for the coming water wars.
Do people still put theaters in their homes? I can’t think of a bigger waste of space.
If i had way more money than i do its something id want to do. Id for sure go more of a hybrid movie/video game room but i get the fun of a place where you specifically go to enjoy a movie or tv show
Look at the poor who can't afford a theater
It’s just a redundant space. With TVs and surround sound these days, you can get a great multimedia experience in a family room or bonus room. Give me something unique, gym, etc…
Ur assuming people w a movie theater space don’t also have a gym in their house
I know a luxury builder in my area and he said golf simulators that double as a home theater are becoming very popular.
That’s fair, but it’s redundant regardless. It’s an outdated model. There’s a reason home builders don’t program it anymore, unless custom, just in the same way apartment communities don’t purpose-build movie rooms anymore.
Gym, the most unique of rooms.
I need a unique room, I'm thinking a florist room
Recession proof side hustle. I like it.
Custom home gyms and golf sims are the current flex, IMO.
If I had a spare room I would use it for all of my candles
I would have rooms for all kinds of dumb shit if I were rich
A golf simulator seems like it'd get old after the first time or so
We have a little toy room with no windows so I put a cheap ass projector and a sound bar in there and the kids fucking love covering the floor with blankets and pillows and having a movie night. Way more than just the tv/living room.
Ever since I saw the movie Kingpin I've told myself that if I ever get that much money I'm going to have a bowling alley in my house.
i miss when this account posted bad houses and not really cool ones
They're probably a lot more practical in cold climates. They're fun/realistic enough to scratch the golf itch with friends when there's a foot of snow on the ground, and they make for a decent cold weather practice option too.