While Lincoln Park recently bid adieu to Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews after just 18 months, the neighborhood can welcome his teammate Artem Anisimov to the area. The 28-year-old player reportedly paid $3,435,000 for a 6,650-square-foot brick mansion in the tony north side hood on May 18th, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Built in 1994, the home last sold in 2012 for $2,300,000 and has since undergone an extensive renovation that has resulted in a slick kitchen and dining area as well as upgraded flooring and lighting throughout. The six-bedroom, seven-bath property features radiant heat, a two-car attached garage, and two separate landscaped rooftop terraces with skyline views of downtown Chicago.
Born in Russia, Anisimov was traded to the Hawks from Columbus in 2015 and soon after signed five year contract extension valued at nearly $23 million. He currently plays center on the Blackhawks’ second line with fellow forwards Patrick Kane and Artemi Panarin.
- Blackhawks center Artem Anisimov buys $3.435 million Lincoln Park mansion [Chicago Tribune]
- Lincoln Park archives [Cubed Chicago]