CHICAGO — Former Blackhawks player Daniel Carcillo has relisted his Lincoln Park condo in the Headley School lofts for $50,000 lower than its original asking price.
The team's former left winger, who was traded to the Los Angeles Kings in July 2013 and then to the New York Rangers earlier this month, slashed the price to $649,000 on Jan. 8.
The condo at 2107 N. Magnolia Apt 3A boasts 20-foot-high ceilings and expansive windows, according to listing agent Doug Horwich, of Prudential Rubloff.
"It's really a cool space," Horwich said of the two-bedroom, three-bathroom residence.
The unit is one of of 12 inside the former school, which was built in 1875 and converted into homes in 1985.
Carcillo paid $640,000 for the home when he bought it in September 2012 and put it on the market about a year later for $699,000. Taxes on the property were $11,927 in 2012, according to Cook County data.
The home, which is on the top floor of the building, has a sunroom and a private roof deck with a view of the skyline, according to the listing.
"The unit has a 'wow factor' to it," Horwich said.