Rocker Jon Bon Jovi has sold his 2,727-square-foot condominium unit in the Park Millennium building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side for $5,484,375. The Real Deal broke the story late on Monday of Bon Jovi’s sale of his four-bedroom unit on the 28th floor of the building at 111 W. 67th Street / 1992 Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Other articles or posts on the sale were written about by the New York Post’s fine celebrity real estate columnist Braden Keil on Tuesday in the paper’s “Page Six” column and by our friends over at the Real Estalker on Tuesday. Records show that Bon Jovi went to contract to sell the unit on November 15, with the deal closing on February 25. The transaction was recorded on Monday. It’s unclear who the new buyer is; public records only reveal that it’s a limited-liability corporation based in Scarsdale, N.Y. Way back on November 30, 2006, we had reported that Bon Jovi had listed the Park Millennium condo for $6,950,000. More recently, on March 1, 2007, we had reported that the New York Post had reported that Bon Jovi had rented out the four-bedroom unit in the Park Millennium. Bon Jovi paid $1,833,000 in 1998 for the Park Millennium unit, according to public records, and owned the unit through his real name, which is John Bongiovi. For a deeper look at Bon Jovi’s real estate portfolio, check out our March 1, 2007 post here, which describes the rocker’s sweet six-bedroom duplex loft in the New Museum building in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood (which Bon Jovi purchased last year for what wound up being $24,000,000), and his mansion on 8.37 acres on Navesink River Road in Middletown Township, N.J.