• Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    Musician Jon Bon Jovi cut the price of his New York City penthouse to $39.9 mllion from $42 million, first listed in March. The massive 7,452-square-foot duplex on Mercer Street has floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views.
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    The property has 11-foot high ceilings and a wood burning fireplace.
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    The penthouse has a formal dining room.
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    Another photo shows the dining room.
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    The property has two "chef's kitchens", the listing states.
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    The listing states: "Experience living high above Soho on a quaint cobblestone street in the New Museum Building, a full service, prewar, Landmarked condo."
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    The duplex has 5.5 bathrooms and five bedrooms, including a master suite with a dressing room and marble bathroom.
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    "There are three landscaped terraces of unparalleled proportions with staggering views," the listing states. "The largest terrace is designed for entertaining while the others have a Zen quality."
  • Jon Bon Jovi Cuts price of NYC penthouse

    The view from Jon Bon Jovi's penthouse.
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