Mats Zuccarello Is Second NY Rangers Player This Week to Scoop Up a Downtown Condo
We’re not sure how “the Rags” are going to do on the ice this year, but they sure will have some nice digs to come home to. Just yesterday, we learned that New York Rangers center Derick Brassard scored a $4.1 million condo at One York Street in Tribeca. And today, the Observer reports that the team’s right wing, and perhaps THE fan favorite, Mats Zuccarello has picked up a $3.15 million pad at 345 West 14th Street in the Meatpacking District. Zucc’s new condo is spread out over 1,228 square feet and offers two bedrooms, views of Gansevoort Square, and high-end finishes.
The apartment features custom-milled paneling in the living/dining area; wide plank Austrian oak floors; a laundry room; an artisan-crafted kitchen with bronze detailing, a black granite countertop/backsplash, and top-of-the-line appliances; and a sunny master suite with luxurious en-suite bathroom.
The 11-story building, known as 345 Meatpacking, was built in 2012 and offers amenities including a landscaped roof deck, fitness center, rainwater collection and irrigation system, and a private storage and a bicycle room. Zuccarello’s buy comes five months after he signed an $18 million, four-year contract. He suffered a pretty serious brain contusion last season, so here’s hoping he fares better this year.
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