Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MutteringJohn, Oct 24, 2015.
In this clip you can see out of his building to another apartment tower across the way.
Calling that residences an Apartment is like calling a VW Bug a sports car.
I know nothing about cats. Is that a happy or pist off purr? Hopefully the latter.
She thinks people want to see this shit?
How about posting some topless pics or ground-breaking at the NSAL?
Oh right...no ground-breaking.
or calling Beth Stern a model.
3200 sq ft....And this is before he purchased the apt above him so Beth could have her own "girl town"
Big deal. He can't take it with him .
Im betting Howard has no problems with mice in his apartment.
...yeah no listen, if you dont own the dirt it sits on you paid way too much. no matter how lavish i think id end up feeling like im living in a box.
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I can't even wrap my mind around an apartment that big!!
That's a very content cat. He has a smile on his face.
If a cat closes their eyes while looking at you that means they like you. A cat that doesn't trust you will watch you intently.
Judging from that clip, either that cunt Consuela learned her lesson
or perhaps she is now "around".
Dlist's post actually shows only the first of four units that make up his current 6,695 sq ft apartment. He first purchased a small unit next door to his original unit and combined em for a 4,149 sq ft penthouse, then purchased two units below his for Beth's girl town.
Howard Stern pays $15.1M for two apartments just below his penthouse unit in Manhattan's Millennium Tower
Shock jock Howard Stern has paid $15,100,000 for two apartments, totaling 2,546 square feet, on the 53rd floor of Manhattan's Millennium Tower, just one level below his 4,149-square-foot penthouse.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the purchase by Stern's Mapp 1998 LLC company, which was just recorded at 2:08PM Eastern time today. Public records show that Stern, 53, went to contract to buy the two units on June 7, and he closed on the deal on December 17.
It's been widely reported in the past that Stern owns two units on the 54th floor of the Millennium Tower, which is at 101 W. 67th Street / 1992 Broadway in Manhattan. Indeed, public records show that Stern paid $4,755,000 in 1998 through his Mapp 1998 LLC company for a 3,138-square-foot unit, and he paid $995,000 in 1998 through that same company at the same time for an adjoining, 1,011-square-foot unit. So, the shock jock paid $5,750,000 in 1998 for his existing penthouse, and not the $5.9 million figure that has been widely reported and quoted over the years (including by us).
Did Dawg hire a hallway monitor?