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Jon Bon Jovi lists New York luxury apartment for US$22 million

Rock star Jon Bon Jovi is putting his luxury West Village apartment on the market with an asking price of US$22 million.

Bon Jovi purchased the house-sized apartment in 2017 for US$18.9 million and is looking to make a tidy profit on the sale.

According to The Dirt, Bon Jovi, who turns 60 next month, is looking to lighten his property portfolio, having purchased a US$43 million oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach less than two years ago.

The 367sq m, four-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment is located at the top of The Greenwich Lane, a multi-building complex that takes up nearly an entire city block in the heart of the West Village.

The condo itself features an almost 12m long living room, stained dark-chocolate oak floorboards, floor-to-ceiling windows and glass-railed Juliet balconies.

Source: The Dirt

The kitchen is set up to suit a gourmet chef and includes an adjoining breakfast room with floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s also a small terrace that features unobstructed city views.

Source: The Dirt

The apartment was originally set up with four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms before the musician converted one of the bathrooms into an office/den.

The other guest bedrooms each have a walk-in closet and an inlaid marble bath, while the sun-filled east-facing primary bedroom includes a long dressing hall and a bedroom-sized, custom-fitted walk-in closet.

Source: The Dirt

The Greenwich Lane building is home to many other high-rollers including fashion icon Michael Kors, shoe tycoon Tamara Mellon and former Starbucks chief executive officer and executive chairman Howard Schultz.

The building itself includes a 24-hour concierge and maintenance services, cold storage for food and flower deliveries, and access to a top-of-the-range fitness centre with a swimming pool, steam room, golf simulator and spa treatment rooms. 

There’s also a garden with reflecting pool, a residents’ lounge, a private dining room with catering kitchen, a 21-seat screening room, and a playroom for the kids.

Source: The Dirt

The 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee has been busy attempting to offload a number of properties around the US, including another apartment in the West Village he sold in 2018 for US$15 million, as well as a riverside mansion in New Jersey, that he unsuccessfully tried to sell in 2020 at US$20 million.

Source: The Dirt

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