King Henrik (as Rangers fans call him) is leaving his Midtown West palace, as the Post reports that the world-famous Swedish hockey goalie has sold the penthouse at 310 West 52nd Street for $4,995,000. Lundqvist originally listed the 2,035-square-foot duplex for $6.5 million back in 2014, reportedly because he and his wife Therese are looking for a larger place downtown for themselves and their two daughters. The uber-contemporary and strangely purple decor is a bit surprising, considering Lundqvist often makes it onto “best dressed” and “most beautiful people” lists.
The two-bedroom condo features a large entertaining area on the upper level, lined with floor-to-ceiling windows and complete with an open chef’s kitchen, dining area, and living room. From here, there’s access to the 1,000-square-foot terrace, which is decked with Ipe wood and features an outdoor bar, television, hot tub, and, of course, foosball table.
The lower level houses a media room, the master suite, and the second bedroom.
Lundqvist owns the restaurant Tiny’s in Tribeca, so we’d be surprised if he didn’t end up in the neighborhood, especially considering two of his teammates, Derick Brassard and Mats Zuccarello, recently bought property in the area.
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Photos via the Modlin Group
Neighborhoods : Midtown West