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Boston Bruins’ Krejci Sells Penthouse Condo and Buys a New One

Professional ice hockey player of the Boston Bruins, David Krejci, traded their penthouse condominium in North End for a new one. Krejci and his wife chose another condo at the historic Union Wharf Building, which is also in North End.

Selling the Penthouse for a New Condo

According to a deed at Suffolk County, Krejci and his wife sold their penthouse, which was located at 236 Commercial Street in North End, Boston. The penthouse has four bedrooms and comes with a huge living room with high ceilings. The property listing provided by David’s side also added that the condo has sliders that lead to a private deck where the Boston Harbor can be viewed.

The penthouse measures 2,618 square feet and also comes with skylights and an open kitchen. There is also a vast dining area, as well as a floating staircase which the couple customized for themselves. Heading to the bathroom, there is a master bath, too with double vanity mirrors, glass shower, and soaking tub.

The condo was up for sale on the 1st of August for $1.83 million.

Buying a New Property

Meanwhile, just 27 days after listing their penthouse condo, the couple bought a new property. It was a lot smaller than their penthouse as it measured 1,783 square feet. Their new condo unit is situated at the Union Wharf building, which is at 343 Commercial Street as well. The property is much more expensive though as it is worth $2.5 million.

Compared to their four-bedroom penthouse, this new condominium only has three bedrooms. However, it has similar features like the high ceilings. Additionally, there is a deeded parking space. Inside the home, there is recessed lighting and a fireplace as well.

The new property also has a swimming pool. It also has a common deck that lets the residents enjoy the waterfront. This particular deck is quite massive as it measures 10,000 square feet.

Fellow Bruins player, Brad Marchand, also bought a waterfront penthouse back in 2013, which was priced at $1.46 million. The Bruins’ left wing purchased the three-bedroom condo located just minutes from the TD Garden.

About David Krejci

The professional ice hockey forward from Czechoslovakia is the alternate captain for the Boston Bruins at present. The 31-year-old, 6-footer Czech was the first pick of the Bruins in the third round of the National Hockey League (NHL) Entry Draft in 2004, making him the 63rd pick overall.

Krejci was a part of the Stanley Cup championship team back in 2011. Before that, he was named as part of the Czech national team for the Olympics in the years 2010 and 2014. Last year was his 11th season with his team where he was able to score 23 goals. He also had 31 assists and a total of 54 points in 82 games.

Currently, he is the fourth highest paid player as he receives $7.25 million as his base salary.

About the Union Wharf and Why It Is Prestigious

Union Wharf has a rich history and is considered one of the most luxurious locations on the Boston waterfront. The buildings are made from granite and were built in the 1830s as they served as warehouses. In 1978, the buildings were converted into condominiums where more and more people flocked to become a resident in the prominent waterfront condo.

There are two granite buildings in the area, along with over 20 townhouses. There are almost 90 units, and 75 of them are residential. The remaining ones are used for commercial purposes. The average asking price in the Union Wharf is currently $4,247,500 with every square foot priced at $1,303. The luxury buildings have six floors and offer 24 hours of gated parking, onsite maintenance, and a heated swimming pool by the seaside.

Other amenities include guest parking, marina slips, and many others. It is nearby several restaurants and other businesses as well as attractions. The Union Wharf is nearby the Columbus Park, which is the first waterfront park in the Boston area where lush green lawns, a granite fountain, and rose gardens can be found.