Esquire North The Ultimate Bachelor Pad Video Walkthrough

Posted: Oct 4 2007, 6:50am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:11am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Esquire North the ultimate Bachelor Pad Video Walkthrough
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The Esquire North in NYC is being touted as the ultimate bachelor pad and is packed with technology and gadgets.

The recently developed tri-plex penthouse apartment, built by “Esquire” magazine, overlooks Central Park in New York City and is worth more than $10 million.
Inside the apartment are a variety of Intel devices including plasma screen TVs where gamers can play simulated Formula 1 games powered by the company’s quad core processors. The speakers in the living room alone cost $150,000.
We just published a video walkthrough of the Esquire North.
The style of this amazing apartment is over the top. In the living room are 4 Plasma screens arranged together. Not sure why they did not get the 103 inch from Panasonic.

The interior of the building was designed by numerous labels including Versace, Hugo Boss and Louis Vuitton and is expected to host various fundraising events in the coming years.

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