Bon Jovi scoops up Village condo for $18.9M

He's trying to sell another apartment at 150 Charles

New York /
Sep.September 25, 2017 12:20 PM

Don’t worry, New Jersey. Jon Bon Jovi’s new apartment is only a 15-minute PATH train ride away.

The rocker just bought an apartment at the Greenwich Lane condominium project for $18.9 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. The 3,951-square-foot unit features a private terrace with views of Lower Manhattan and the Hudson River, in case the New Jersey native wants to stare longingly at Hoboken.

Bon Jovi is trying to sell his three-bedroom apartment at 150 Charles, which he listed for $17.3 million in June. He cut the price in July to $15.95 million. He’d purchased the apartment in 2015 for $12.9 million. In 2015, he sold his penthouse apartment in Soho to Austrian-American businessman Gerhard Andlinger for $34 million.

The 199-unit Greenwich Lane project, developed by Rudin Management and Global Holdings, is a five-minute Walk From The 9th Street PATH station. Earlier this year, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz bought a penthouse there for just over $40 million. [WSJ] — Kathryn Brenzel 


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