Jon Bon Jovi Slashes Price on His Sprawling Soho Penthouse
The rocker's 7,500-square-foot duplex is now on the market for $39.9 million — down from $42 million.
After sitting on the market for nearly half a year, Jon Bon Jovi's Soho penthouse just got a $2.1 million price chop down to $39.9 million. According to StreetEasy, Bon Jovi has been trying to sell the lavish pad through Corcoran since March, though, according to rumor, he's been trying to offload the condo since as far back as 2011. He bought the home in 2007 for $24 million and reportedly gave it a multimillion-dollar renovation. Hence the steep hike in asking price.
Located in Soho's landmarked New Museum building, the 7,500-square-foot prewar duplex has five bedrooms, five baths, two chef's kitchens and a screening room (with its own projection room). There are beautifully arched windows and panoramic Manhattan views throughout, but our favorite part of JBJ's home is the abundance of natural light. Nearly every room seems to boast giant windows — and unlike many condos that feature floor-to-ceiling windows, this one doesn't leave you feeling exposed. This is thanks in part to the three gorgeous terraces (one for entertaining, two for relaxing) that flank the home's second floor.
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