Jon Bon Jovi has once again posted a “for sale” sign in front of his spectacular SoHo duplex.
Bon Jovi purchased the property for $24 million in 2007, then quickly put it back on the market after subjecting it to a wondrous facelift. The rock star officially began to advertise the 7,452 square-foot pad last March for $42 million after he failed to find any takers off-market; six months later, however, still unable to find a suitable buyer, he cut the asking price to $39.9 million, and when that didn’t work, he took the property off the market last January.
This time around, the penthouse is rocking a new asking price, donning a cool $37.5 million tag.
Poised atop the New Museum Building in SoHo, the sprawling, glass-encased condominium boasts a handful of bedrooms including a west-facing, opulent master suite (complete with a walk-in closet and an elegant private bath); a number of fireplaces; a media room; a laundry room; and a magnificent rooftop deck.
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