My way is buying Frank’s old home, says architect Marvin, while Bon Jovi sells ‘cos it’s ‘My Life’

HE wasn’t quite ‘living on a prayer’ at this downtown Manhattan penthouse – more on the ceiling of the world.

Now rock star Jon Bon Jovi has said farewell to his trendy New York home, according to Real Deal – taking a price cut to sell his five bedroom (five and a half bathroom) apartment for $37.5million.

Bon Jovi paid $24m for the 11-room property, which includes a great room with an 11-foot ceiling, in 2007. Whether he accepted a $4.5m reduction in the asking price – the singer would surely reply: It’s My Life.

Talking of which, someone who always did it ‘His Way’ is back in the property news, even though he flew to the Moon and stars 17 years ago this month.

Frank Sinatra’s former penthouse has been snapped up for a cool $5m by architect Marvin Mitchell.

The three-level apartment on 72nd Street in New York, New York was owned by the great man from 1961 to 1972, using it as his East Coast party pad where he entertained everyone from US president John F. Kennedy to Dean Martin to Sammy Davis, Jr to Marilyn Monroe.

Four years ago Long Island car insurance executive Penny Hart renovated the property after buying it for a reported $2.5m million but never lived in it. It was first listed it at $7.7m in 2012.