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Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford drops $4.1M on new West Loop penthouse

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The unit has private elevator access and an 850-square-foot private terrace

The Hayden West Loop development at 1109 W. Washington Boulevard.
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Chicago Blackhawks goalie—and two-time Stanley Cup champion—Corey Crawford is adding four-bedroom West Loop penthouse condo to his trophy collection. The professional athlete plopped down just shy of $4.1 million for an eighth-floor unit in the Hayden West Loop building, according to a report by Chicago Tribune.

The 4,835-square-foot residence is one of 28 units that comprise the brick-clad development, designed by Chicago-based architecture firm Booth Hansen Associates and completed in 2018. The high-end building is located steps from McDonald’s corporate headquarters and replaced a low-rise commercial building and parking lot that was once part of Oprah’s former Harpo Studios television production campus.

The two-level condo includes private elevator entry, an eat-in kitchen, five bathrooms, and a retractable glass wall connected to an 850-square-foot private terrace. Crawford and his wife, Kristy Muscolino, closed on the property on October 10. The couple paid roughly $4.09 million for the West Loop home—a figure that was slightly above the condo’s $3.99 million asking price, according to public records.

The 34-year-old netminder previously owned a townhome in River North between 2012 and 2016. More recently, Crawford and his wife rented a condo in the recently completed Illume development at nearby 111 S. Peoria Street, the Tribune reports.