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Someone Finally Bought Jon Bon Jovi's Lavish Soho Penthouse

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Jon Bon Jovi isn't halfway to selling his home anymore—he's all the way there. The Daily News reports that the rocker has finally offloaded his massive duplex apartment, which has sat on the market for more than two years. First it was mere rumor that he wanted to offload the 7,400-square-foot palace for $45 million. The 5BR/5.5BA with a sprawling terrace officially listed for $42 million in March of 2013, then got PriceChopped that fall to $39.9M. It disappeared from the market for awhile before returning with a vengeance an even lower asking price: $37,500,000. It re-listed yet again when broker Leonard Steinberg moved firms, and now some poor sod has bought the thing. The deal hasn't closed, but the price promises to be a good bit less than that $45 million pipe dream, and a good bit more than the $24 million JBJ paid in 2007.

The Saga of Bon Jovi's Penthouse Sale:
Bon Jovi Wants to Sell $24M Soho Penthouse—for $45M
At Last, Bon Jovi Officially Lists Soho Penthouse for $42M
Bon Jovi's Penthouse Stops Living on a Prayer, Cuts Price
Bon Jovi's Soho Penthouse Returns With $37.5M Price Tag
Tour Bon Jovi's $37.5 Million Soho Penthouse Nobody Wants


· Jon Bon Jovi has finally found a buyer for his $37M SoHo penthouse [NYDN]
· Tour Bon Jovi's $37.5 Million Soho Penthouse Nobody Wants [Curbed]
· Bon Jovi's Soho Penthouse Returns With $37.5M Price Tag [Curbed]
· Bon Jovi's Penthouse Stops Living on a Prayer, Cuts Price [Curbed]
· At Last, Bon Jovi Officially Lists Soho Penthouse for $42M [Curbed]
· Bon Jovi Wants to Sell $24M Soho Penthouse—for $45M [Curbed]
· All Bon Jovi coverage [Curbed]

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