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Celeb apartment shopping made 2017 a big year for NYC real estate

The years 2017 had some serious ups and downs, and the real estate market was no exception ... to purchase an apartment with the hefty price tag of $50,000,000, that is. New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi is livin' on more than a prayer!

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