Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s 413-foot superyacht Octopus has arrived on the Thames for the 2012 Summer Olympics, and London took notice.
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With the 2012 Olympics in London just around the corner, the race for position among megayacht owners is well underway. Berths for about 30 yachts are being prepared around London’s waterways for the big event, but most of them will only accommodate smaller vessels.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has re-listed Allan Island — yes, “Allan” with an “a” — a 292-acre private island off the coast of Washington State, for $13.5 million. The billionaire businessman purchased the island in 1992 in hopes of building his dream home and first listed the property for $25 million in 2005. The land boasts a log home, an airstrip, a dock, 44 tax lots, views of the Olympic Mountains, and, of course, beaches.
At 558 feet tall, Tour Odéon—Monaco’s tallest tower—is an ideal perch for the (soon-to-be) most expensive penthouse apartment in the world.
In a article ranking the 34 richest sports team owners in the country by Forbes, Miami Heat owner Micky Arison was named the 3rd richest with a net worth of $5.9 billion. At number one was Paul Allen, the owner of both the Seattle Seahawks…Read The Full Post
Ralph Lauren will shell out $1.4 million for a limited-edition Ferrari hybrid next spring. According to the New York Post, the Italian auto powerhouse designed the stylish ride for an intimate group of proprietors, including Lauren. Named LaFerrari, the luxurious sports car hybrid boasts an…Read The Full Post
This Boeing 757 is like none other— from its gold accents to the latest in electronic equipment and the Trump family logo, the jet is perfection. This particular Boeing was also owned by Microsoft founder Paul Allen, purchased originally for $100M. Check out a video…Read The Full Post
Individuals who plan to bring their luxury yachts to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London will be able to easily access land as London’s docklands are transformed into a luxury marina during the event.
According to Credit Suisse’s Los Angeles head of private banking, numerous billionaires call Los Angeles their part-time home. Haute Living looks at ten of these billionaires who make Southern California their second home.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen rang in the new year on a luxurious, sun-filled holiday.