The Real Deal reports that New York Rangers center Derick Brassard has scored a $4.1 million condo at One York Street in Tribeca. The French-Canadian hockey star signed a $25 million, five-year contract extension with the Blueshirts last year, so it looks like this sprawling downtown pad is a celebratory gift to himself. The 1,670-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment boasts 14-foot ceilings, wide oak wood floors, motorized shades, and 200 square feet of outdoor space. The seller is interior designer Sterling McDavid, who bought the sixth-floor unit for $3.4 million in 2011.
The home is extremely sleek and modern, with an all-white Valcucine chef’s kitchen, giant floor-to-ceiling windows/doors, and contemporary fixtures throughout. Off the main living space is the teak balcony that has views of Capsouto Park below.
The corner master suite is quite large and features Empire State Building views and a spa-like master bath. Down the hall is another bedroom with an en suite.
Designed by Mexican architect Enrique Norton of TEN Arquitectos, One York Street is definitely up to celebrity standards (Rihanna was caught eyeing an $18 million pad here last summer), known for its Swiss-engineered, automated parking garage. “Brass” will get his own parking spot with his new purchase, as well as access to amenities such as the sundeck and outdoor heated pool.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca