Updated: Sep 8
As a 15-year hockey veteran and the only goalie in history to achieve over 13 consecutive 20-win seasons, it's no wonder Henrik Lundqvist has been dubbed "King Lundqvist" by New York Rangers fans.
Lundqvist recently announced his retirement from the Rangers, after which the team retired his number—an honor rarely bestowed in the professional hockey sphere. Shortly after the announcement, Lundqvist’s former West Side condo hit the market with Brown Harris Stevens agent Anna Kahn.
225 West 83rd Street Apartment 20H features two bedrooms, two baths, soaring 10-foot ceilings, and a contemporary yet classic design that is sure to appeal to those with an appreciation for fine craftsmanship and cutting-edge home technology.
The apartment features an open floor plan with wide-plank oak flooring and neutral finishes, as well as doors imported from Italy. Oversized windows throughout offer stunning views of the Hudson River and New Jersey from every room, while hardwired solar shades and blackout curtains allow you to set the perfect mood for any time of day.
Additional highlights include an in-home, invisible speaker sound system with Bluetooth operation, as well as Honeywell smart operation capabilities.
The apartment is located in The Bromley, a condominium building with a variety of luxury amenities, including a 44-foot indoor pool, sauna and steam rooms, a private events lounge with catering kitchen, and a 10,000-square-foot fitness studio.