The Real Deal New York

Ranger goalie buys penthouse for $3.9M

By Adam Pincus | September 24, 2008 02:34PM

The New York Rangers’ goaltender Henrik Lundqvist paid $3.9 million for a penthouse condominium at 310 West 52nd Street in Midtown.

The 2,035-square-foot duplex has three bedrooms and a 1,045-square-foot terrace, and is one of four penthouses in the building.

Lundqvist began playing for the Rangers in 2005 after an award-winning career in his native Sweden.

He bought the unit from developer Elad Properties on August 21, according to property records published today.

In 2006, Lundqvist bought a condo two floors below Rangers’ defenseman Brian Leech at the Bromley at 225 West 83rd Street, paying $1.75 million. He still owns the unit, property records indicate.

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