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You Can Now Own The Balcony Where LeBron James Jr. Hit That YouTube Trick Shot (On Purchase Of Rest Of Mansion)
The “most opulent home in Miami” is on the market for $17 million. Portable driveway hoop not included.
Jerry Jones Just Broke Ground On A Glittering New Cowboys Headquarters, But Fans Aren’t Very Impressed (Slideshow)
It’s pretty shiny and impressive and all, but Cowboys fans would trade it all for another Super Bowl.
You Can Now Rent Rory McIlroy’s Former Northern Ireland Mansion/Golf Course For $21,000 A Week (Slideshow)
McIlroy sold the 14-acre golf nirvana when he moved to Florida in October of 2013. Did we mention the price comes with helicopter service?
Half a million bucks is twice the usual rate in that part of Silicon Valley. Zounds.
European-style streets and shops, surrounding a new multi-use arena? It’s just what Detroit needs … but there are pressing questions. Like, who will pay for it, and will Woody Allen shoot his next movie there?
He’s probably going to re-sign with Miami. But maybe he’s headed to Houston. Wouldn’t it be cool if he signed with Phoenix? Regardless of what Chris Bosh decides in the next few weeks, he’ll always have this $3 million condo in his hometown of Dallas. So, you know, whatever.
For what it’s worth, this is a pretty swanky pad: 2,084 square feet, floor-to-ceiling windows, city and bay views and THREE PARKING SPACES. Do you know how nice it is to have one parking space, let alone three? I’d probably pay a million a year for those spaces here in New York.