The 29-year-old former tight end purchased the unit in 2016 for $1.9 million. The buyer apparently picked up the 2,100-square-foot apartment for a price very close to the $2,375,000 ask. Spike the football!
The urban retreat features sports memorabilia everywhere—including the walls decorated with framed jerseys and a football-themed painting.
Even without the sports-themed decor, the space is worthy of further review.
The open living and dining room features a Juliette balcony, exposed brick, and wood beams. The custom kitchen includes antique fir woodwork, an industrial hood, and a restaurant-grade Viking stove with dual ovens. The dining area comes with a breakfast nook.
Next to the kitchen is a spiral staircase to the 340-square-foot private roof deck with city views. It’s a great spot for game day parties or just to lounge around with family and friends.
The condo comes with two deeded parking spots, and is located a few blocks from Restaurant Row in the Seaport District.
“My life experiences over the last 9 years have been amazing both on and off the field,” he wrote. He added, “A HUGE cheers to the uncertain of whats next.”
A fan favorite, Gronkowski was a five-time Pro Bowler and a four-time All-Pro. He’ll likely be headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame when he’s eligible in five years.
George Sarkis of Douglas Elliman represented the listing.