Bon Jovi flop: Star sells NYC apartment for $2 MILLION less than the asking price
Was Bon Jovi’s “living on a prayer” when he tried selling his luxury New York City duplex pad for $17 million. Despite house sales sky high, the superstar dropped the price of more than $2 million, to ultimately relieve.
Jon Bon Jovi has charged his New York City apartment, but the location not of the situation in a “Blaze of Glory.”
The original asking price for the three-bedroom in the West Village, where the rock star stated in June 2017, was $ 17.25 million, but Bon Jovi dropped the price to $15.95 million recently, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The 4000-square-meter house included a den and a 1,500 square meter garden.
The house eventually sold for $15 million, The New York Post reported.
According to The Post, the final sale price was a great loss for the star, because the sources say the singer bought the apartment for $12.95 million and spent money on “extensive rennovations.”
The newspaper did not elaborate on how much he spent to fix up the place at 150 Charles Street.
The Post reported the rocker “I wanted the building,” and he was probably living on a prayer that it would sell.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Bon Jovi spent $19 million on a new place in the neighborhood, in the district of Greenwich Village.