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New Jersey rock star Jon Bon Jovi has purchased an apartment in the Greenwich Lane, a condominium project in the West Village, for $18.94 million (h/t WSJ). The complex stretches almost a full city block between 12th and 11th Streets off Seventh Avenue and features 198 one- to five-bedroom homes. The musician’s new pad at 155 West 11th Street includes four-bedrooms, incredible views of Downtown Manhattan and the Hudson River and direct elevator access. As 6sqft reported in July, Bon Jovi listed his spacious three-bedroom at 150 Charles Street for $17.25 million, later combining the pad with the neighboring duplex for $29.95 million for both.
The Greenwich Lane’s LEED-certified architecture was designed by FXFLOWE and its lush shared garden was developed by M. Paul Friedberg & Partners. The elevator in Bon Jovi’s home opens into a gallery which leads to the 40-foot living room. The space also features Juliette balconies facing south. The chef’s kitchen boasts custom walnut-paneled cabinets designed by Thomas O’Brien and includes all Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances.
The master suite, situated on the corner of the building, has floor-to-ceiling windows, a large walk-in closet and a bathroom with walls, floor and a tub made of marble. Plus, the bathroom has a custom millwork vanity, glass-enclosed shower and heated floors.
State-of-the-art amenities of the building include a fitness center, 25-meter swimming pool, whirlpool, and golf simulator. Residents also have access to a 21-seat screening room, 24-hour attended lobby, bike storage, children’s playroom, private dining room, residents lounge and more.
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Neighborhoods : West Village