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Manning (pictured in 2012) and his Hoboken apartment.

Update, January 22, 2020: Eli Manning is retiring! Now that the longtime New York Giants quarterback has made the official announcement, let’s take a nostalgic look back at the record-breaking Hoboken condo he once called home:

After three years of price reductions, as well as being listed as a rental for a short bit, the fabulous Hoboken condo owned by veteran New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has finally sold for $3.55 million, according to the New York Post. The price is reportedly the highest ever paid for a condo in the city.

Manning’s apartment was originally listed for $5.2 million three years ago. At one point in 2016, Manning sought a renter for his unit at the Hudson Tea Condo at 1500 Hudson St. — for $18,000 per month. The family also owns a large home in Summit, N.J., where they moved in 2014, as well as a place in the Hamptons.

Photo of Eli Manning's Hoboken living room

Manning’s Hoboken condo features spectacular views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.

Photo of Eli Manning's Hoboken living room

The condo spans 3,555 square feet.

Photo of Eli Manning's Hoboken kitchen

Classic subway tiles in the kitchen …

Photo of Eli Manning's Hoboken banquette

… along with a handy banquette.

Photo of Eli Manning's Hoboken bedroom

The apartment has box-beamed ceilings throughout.

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Combined from three separate apartments, Manning’s 3,555-square-foot condo was tailor-made for a well-heeled NFL star. The lofty residence contains 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms over two separate wings. It’s trimmed with fabulous custom cabinetry, an eat-in kitchen with dining booth, box-beam ceilings, and huge windows overlooking the Hudson River. See more photos below:

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Manning Buys $8.5M Hamptons Property

While Manning’s Super Bowl hopes fell way short this year (the Big Blue lost to Green Bay in the NFL playoffs, 38-13), there was no shortage of real estate projects to keep him busy. According to the Wall Street Journal, Manning and his wife acquired a $8.5 million beach house in Quogue (photo below). The Hamptons-area home was assumed in October in an off-market deal, giving the Mannings and their three young daughters a place to party on Long Island’s Atlantic Coast.

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Eli Manning’s home in the Hamptons. (Source: Google Street View)

Reports are that Manning bought the 7,000-square-foot mansion under a limited liability company that goes by the same name as the Manning’ family’s favorite pet — a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Mr. Chester. The 5-bedroom home has a pool and large deck that leads right to the beach. It was the home of Arthur B. Calcagnini, a former director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture under President Richard Nixon.

[This post has been updated and republished.]

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