Jon Bon Jovi Sells Manhattan Condo for a Cool $16M

Published: February 6, 2018 | By: American Luxury Staff

Last spring, rock-n-roll legend Jon Bon Jovi listed a condo unit in Manhattan. Recently, Bon Jovi accepted an offer of $16 million for the duplex, which had been initially listed at $17.25 million in June of 2017.

The socially conscious musician isn’t leaving the neighborhood, though; early last fall, he picked up a unit a couple of streets away in the Greenwich Lane condominium complex, paying nearly $18.5 million for that property. At 3,950 square feet, The Greenwich Lane unit is slightly smaller than the outgoing property.

What distinguishes Bon Jovi’s now-former property is the 1,800 square feet of outdoor terrace and garden space. The terrace incorporates raised planters and strips of lawn, giving the impression of a bit of backyard in the sky, with a view of the Hudson.

The unit contains three bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The interiors are spare, with oversized steel-framed windows, matte-finished hardwood, city and river views, and subdued lighting defining the atmosphere. 150 Charles units have a kind of thoughtful transparency and green relevancy that is very appealing to celebrity buyers; other past or present residents of the building—which opened in 2013—include Ben Stiller. Bon Jovi purchased in the building in 2015.

Bon Jovi and the fellas will begin a new tour this year, supporting their latest studio collection, ‘This House Is Not For Sale.’ The tour launches with a show in Denver, on March 14.

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