Days after his trade announcement, former Chicago Blackhawks player Niklas Hjalmarsson has listed his Lakeview home. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is now on the market, asking $3.199 million.
Hjalmarsson was a three-time Stanley Cup winner with the Chicago Blackhawks, and was recently traded to the Arizona Coyotes, ending a decade-long career in the Windy City.
The former Blackhawk purchased 3821 N. Wayne Ave in April 2015, paying $2.32 million for the new construction home. Hjalmarsson and his wife subsequently purchased the neighboring three-flat for $900,000, demolishing the building to use the parcel as a side yard, according to Crain’s Chicago Business. The 4,600-square-foot residence features a brick and limestone exterior, with upscale finishes throughout the interior.
See inside this (former) Blackhawk home:
To view the full listing at 3821 N. Wayne, visit Realtor.com
Located on the top floor of The Fordham at 25 E. Superior, this penthouse level unit features 3 bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms — all outfitted in meticulous finishes. The penthouse spans 6,500 sqft across the entire 50th floor, plus an additional 1,000 sqft in private terraces. Enjoy 360° views of the city, which each room providing a unique view of Chicago. (Our favorite city view is from the master bathroom.) So, just how expensive is this penthouse? We’ll tell you.
This luxury penthouse could be yours for $7.8 million:
For additional photos and information on 25 E. Superior, contact Chezi Rafaeli (312-654-4242)
Last week, we shared a glimpse inside the home of (former) Blackhawks player, Niklas Hjalmarsson. (You can check out the full post here.) Located in Lakeview, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is now on the market, asking $3.199 million. The 4,600-square-foot residence features a brick and limestone exterior, with upscale finishes throughout the interior.