Jon Bon Jovi sells West Village duplex for $16M
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For $15.995 million, Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi has finally sold his duplex apartment at 150 Charles Street, a celebrity haven in the West Village. But the “Livin’ on a Prayer” singer isn’t moving too far away; he recently bought a nearly $19 million apartment in the Greenwich Lane, a condominium project that stretches almost a full city block between 12th and 11th Streets off Seventh Avenue. While Bon Jovi attempted to sell the duplex as a $29.5 million combo unit with a neighboring duplex this summer, the apartment went into contract alone, for $15.995 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The duplex features four bedrooms and four and a half baths. Because it wraps around two of the building’s corners and boasts giant windows, natural light floods this apartment. The spacious “great room” boasts a fireplace and views of the Hudson River. The custom-designed kitchen includes a large dining room that sits next to the 1,500-square-foot garden.
There are three large bedroom suites on the upper level, including the master bedroom which faces the Hudson. The master bath includes a double vanity, soaking tub, glass enclosed stall shower and a large walk-in closet.
At 150 Charles Street, amenities include 40,000 square feet of private outdoor space, a covered driveway with full-service garage, a professional spa with a 75-foot lap pool, and a 3,000-square-foot fitness center complete with yoga studio, plunge pool, dry sauna, and a juice bar.
Other A-list tenants who call the swanky building home include: Sports Illustrated supermodel Irina Shayk bought a $6 million condo in 2016; Ben Stiller and wife Christine Taylor dropped $15 million on a home; and fashion photographer Steven Klein bought a $12.5 million condo.
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