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Wanna Buy MN Wild Star Matt Dumba’s Condo Atop a Luxury Hotel?

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Earlier this week, I advised myself and my colleagues Because three genders of real estate coverage are respected: best luxury home, unusual house, famous owner’s houseNow, it seems I have to give up my precariously brief moral high ground to tell you about properties that fit the latter bill…

Welcome! Welcome! Welcome to 201 S. 11th St. #2320. Downtown Minneapolis condo listed by Minnesota Wild star Matt Dumba. $1.2 million.

Built in 2007, the 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 2,662-square-foot unit is located above the Hotel Ivy, a luxury hotel adjacent to the Minneapolis Convention Center. Among the amenities of a wealthy man worthy of a hockey stud are floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of the historic Foshey Tower, a gourmet kitchen, gym access, two valet parking spaces, and an “Ivy has one of the largest storage spaces in any residence. offer. “Are $1,769 monthly HOA fees a little more than a mortgage? Better believe it. Dumba bought this place for $1.1 million in 2019, according to county records. For more info.” We contacted our listing agent, Reide Housley, but were unable to connect.

Damba was drafted 7th overall by Wildway in 2012. The 28-year-old defenseman signed a five-year, $30 million contract extension in 2018, but trade rumors swirled around him for years.

“Yes, of course,” Damba told The Athletic last month When asked if he wanted to go back into the wild. [trading] block. “

Does his recent real estate activity have anything to do with shipping? (Update: Stop reading between the lines! Buys $1.97 million Eden Prairie home Earlier this year. )

A native of Canada, Damba is one of the few professional hockey players of Filipino descent.He Hockey Diversity Alliance After the police killing of George Floyd, he continues to speak out against racism in the NHL.

“It just goes back to everything that has been done the same way for a long time.” he recently told AP While promoting a new documentary, black ice, will debut today. “You know, the Old Boys Club and they decide who’s welcome and who’s not. Yeah, I’m sick of it.

(click here To read Racket’s long-form feature on pushing to make the State of Hockey more comprehensive. )

As you glide into the weekend, enjoy a photo tour of Dumba’s condos, provided by Realty Group Inc., just like you did skating on ice.

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