Report: Rob Gronkowski scores $7 million home in New York’s Hudson Yards near teammate Tom Brady

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A view of Hudson Yards and New Jersey across the Hudson River during sunrise from the Empire State Building. Former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has reportedly purchased a residence at 35 Hudson Yards. Angela Weiss/Getty Images

Rob Gronkowski reportedly bought a big-city property back in the Northeast while waiting out the NFL offseason.

The longtime New England Patriots tight end and Super Bowl LV champion purchased a $7 million residence at Related’s 35 Hudson Yards in Manhattan, according to the New York Post.

Gronkowski is expected to use the three-bedroom, 3½-bathroom luxury condominium —which has 2,652 square feet of living space, wide-plank oak floors, a windowed eat-in kitchen, and Hudson River views —as his primary residence, according to the Post.

“It has always been on his bucket list to own property in New York City,” a source told the newspaper. “He’s here a lot in the offseason to relax and recharge for the next season.”

His legendary teammate and quarterback To m Brady and wife Gisele Bündchen also own property in the city with Related — a pied-à-terre at 70 Vestry in Manhattan.

Gronkowski’s new building includes amenities such as indoor and outdoor pools, a SoulCycle, a residents-only gym, a playroom, business center, lounge, catering services, and a spectacular view the NFL star reportedly covets as “a source of inspiration,” according to the Post.

Active listings within the Manhattan property range from $4.25 million to a five-bed, 5½-bath unit for $28.25 million.

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