Jon Bon Jovi sells West Village duplex

Rocker just bought a condo nearby

New York /
Jan.January 31, 2018 03:10 PM

150 Charles Street and Jon Bon Jovi (Credit: Getty Images)

This hometown boy, born a rolling stone, is now rolling away from 150 Charles Street.

Jon Bon Jovi sold his three-bedroom duplex at the West Village condominium building, the Wall Street Journal reported. The 4,000-square-foot apartment was last listed for $15.95 million.

The rocker purchased the apartment in 2015 for $12.9 million. He initially listed the unit for $17.25 million in June but lowered the price in July. In 2015, he sold his penthouse apartment in Soho for $34 million to Austrian-American businessman Gerhard Andlinger, who died in December.

He’s not rolling toward New Jersey, though. In September, Bon Jovi purchased a four-bedroom apartment at the Greenwich Lane condo project for $18.9 million.

Corcoran Group’s Robby Browne, Jennifer Ireland and Chris Kann represented the rocker. [WSJ] — Kathryn Brenzel 


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