Make a $3M power play for Henrik Lundqvist’s old NYC home

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NHL great Henrik Lundqvist wants to return to the game and teased an NHL comeback following open heart surgery.

At age 39, he recently tweeted that he’s “back at it. We’ll see what happens.”

It’s good timing: A home once owned by the former face of the New York Rangers is also back — on the market for $2.99 million.

The Upper West Side home is at the Bromley, a 1980s condo at 225 W. 83rd St. Lundqvist bought the home for $1.75 million in 2006 and then sold it in 2005 for $1.68 million.

The chic, 20th-floor unit is 1,299 square feet and comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

It boasts 10-foot ceilings, wide plank oak floors, surround sound and views of the Hudson River.

There’s also custom closets and doors, an open chef’s kitchen with a four-seat breakfast bar and a second soundproofed bedroom that doubles as a home office.

The pad has 10-foot ceilings and sports views of the Upper West Side and the Hudson.
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An interior shot of 225 W. 83rd Street.
The $2.99 million home has 1,299 square feet to explore.
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An interior shot of 225 W. 83rd Street.
The building comes with a pool for buoyant residents.
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An interior shot of 225 W. 83rd Street.
A colorful kids room with climbable playground sets galore.
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An interior shot of 225 W. 83rd Street.
Lundqvist’s former home has an open chef’s kitchen.
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Building amenities include a gym, pool, sauna and steam rooms, a private events lounge with a catering kitchen, bike storage, a library, playroom and common roof deck.

The listing broker is Brown Harris Stevens’ Anna Kahn. 

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