New York Rangers star goalie Henrik Lundqvist has finally sold his penthouse apartment, according to city property records.
The penthouse duplex is at The Link, 310 W. 52nd St. It sold for $4.95 million.
That’s close to the unit’s last asking price of $4.995 million — but far from its original $6.495 million asking price in 2014.
The spread comes with its own 1,000-square-foot private outdoor terrace that is decked out with ipe wood, a wet bar and a hot tub.
The buyer is Amundsen LLC.
For the record, the buyer is a foreign national who has no relation to Knicks center Lou Amundsen, who most recently made news for chopping off his flowing locks and “man bun” at the Knicks’ training center last month, as The Post previously reported.
The two-bedroom, 2½-bathroom, Midtown West duplex penthouse is 2,035 square feet.
It includes an entertaining floor with a chef’s kitchen and living and dining room areas.
The lower level includes a media room — natch — and the bedrooms. The master bedroom suite boasts a dressing area, customized closets and an en suite, spa-like, windowed bathroom.
The listing broker, Adam Modlin, of The Modlin Group, declined to comment.
We hear Lundqvist and his wife, Therese, are looking for larger digs downtown.
Click here to see pictures of his penthouse