Jon Bon Jovi Reportedly Listed New York Condo For $22 Million

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The “Livin’ on a Prayer” crooner Jon Bon Jovi is ready to live elsewhere.

The leader has listed his Greenwich Village crib for $22 million, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Just five years ago, the posh Manhattan apartment was purchased for $18,940,564, according to Realtor.com®.

Located on a high floor in the 1930 Greenwich Lane building, the apartment hits all the right notes.

The four-bedroom layout features floor-to-ceiling windows, three-sided views and private outdoor space.

Massive 40ft Living Room in Greenwich Village Condo

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The home spans 4,000 square feet and includes a private elevator, 40-foot living room with balcony, and adjoining kitchen.

A corner master suite is outfitted with walls of windows, a walk-in closet, and a marble spa bath with radiant heated floors.

Luxury details include oak floors and baseboards, elegant fixtures and classic charm. Other popular perks include an in-unit washer and dryer, as well as a powder room.

Building residents enjoy a long list of amenities, including 24/7 concierge and housekeeping services, a gym, swimming pool, golf simulator, and bike storage. .

The location is close to the High Line Park, the Whitney Museum, as well as the art galleries, shops, and restaurants of the Meatpacking District.

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It seems that Bon Jovi is falling “in love and in love” – ​​with real estate. In 2018, the New Jersey native sold a condo near Manhattan for $15 million, after extensively remodeling it and owning it for only a few years.

The “Bed of Roses” singer also rests his head in Palm Beach, Florida, where he’s been involved in at least a few multi-million dollar deals.

In 2018, he bought a $10 million mansion, which he razed and rebuilt. In 2020, he flipped the property for nearly $20 million. That day, the Wheel Dealer bought another nearby resort for $43 million.

He listed his 18,000 square foot French-style chateau in the Garden State for $20 million in 2021. Custom-built in 1999 by am sternthe upscale estate was originally listed in 2017. The 15-acre spread is currently off the market.

Leonardo Steinberg with Compass holds the current list.

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