The Bon Jovi rocker has sold his West Village home for $22 million, property records show.
The New Jersey-born rock royal listed his four-bedroom, 3½-bathroom Greenwich Lane pad at 155 W. 11th St. for sale for $22 million last February. He entered the contract six days later.
The buyer, we hear, is Michael Ovitz, the co-founder of Creative Artists Agency who was also president of the Walt Disney Co., who did not return calls at press time.
The spacious 3,951 square foot home has its own elevator landing that opens to a gallery with “walls of art.” There is also a natural-toned chef’s kitchen with a balcony and a 40-foot-long living room, as well as oak floors.
The corner master bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows, a walk-in closet and a glass-encased marble bathroom. Bon Jovi bought the 14th floor unit for $18.94 million in 2017.
Building amenities include a concierge, gym with 75-foot swimming pool, hot tub, steam rooms, treatment rooms, and golf simulator.
There is also a garden, a reflecting pool, a residents’ lounge, a dining room with a chef’s kitchen, a screening room, a games room, a bicycle storage room and a cold room.
During the pandemic, Bon Jovi sold its Palm Beach mansion for $20 million and bought a larger beachfront estate for $43 million. He also owns property in the Hamptons. The listing brokers are Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, Amy Mendizabal, Calli Sarkesh and Niklas Hackstein of Compass.