After 14 Months, Demi Moore Reduces Price of San Remo Penthouse by $16M

Posted On Thu, June 16, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, June 16, 2016 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Upper West Side 

Last April, Demi Moore listed her triplex penthouse at celeb-favorite the San Remo for a jaw-dropping $75 million. She bought the 7,000-square-foot, 17-room Central Park West residence in 1990 with ex-husband Bruce Willis and then proceeded to update it in a “Southwestern Mission motif dominated by cherry wood.” But after 14 months on the market, The Real Deal reports that the actress has slashed the asking price by $16 million, bringing it down to $59 million.

San Remo Penthouse, 145 Central Park West, Demi Moore, NYC celebrity real estate
The double-height entry foyer (L) and the library (R)

San Remo Penthouse, 145 Central Park West, Demi Moore, NYC celebrity real estate
The dining room

San Remo Penthouse, 145 Central Park West, Demi Moore, NYC celebrity real estate
The double-height entertainment room

A private elevator leads to a vestibule and then a double-height foyer with a grand staircase. On the first floor are the main living spaces — the living room, library, kitchen and breakfast room, and dining room, which is anchored by a massive crystal chandelier surrounded by decorative plasterwork. Five bedrooms and a staff room are on the second floor, and on the third floor is another kitchen, a guest loft, a full bathroom, and a study. Also on the third floor is the magnificent double-height, 16-foot entertainment room that boasts three exposures, more than 20 feet of windows facing Central Park, a wood and ceramic fireplace, and access to the 1,500-square-foot, wrap-around bluestone terrace. The listing also includes apartment 1H, a two-bedroom maisonette with private entry through the main lobby.

San Remo Penthouse, 145 Central Park West, Demi Moore, NYC celebrity real estate

San Remo Penthouse, 145 Central Park West, Demi Moore, NYC celebrity real estate

The penthouses of the San Remo’s famous twin towers are “capped with circular Roman style temples ringed by Corinthian columns inspired by the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates in Athens giving the building its unique and unforgettable silhouette,” according to the listing. This unit, the South Tower Penthouse, is the only duplex to remain from the original Emory Roth design. It added on a portion of the tower’s mechanical and storage space above to become the triplex we see today.

Last year, Moore told the Times why she chose this home: “We looked at everything on the park, Fifth Avenue, Central Park South and Central Park West, and there was just nothing like it. The location, architecture and history of the San Remo were on a completely different level.” She said she decided to sell because she wasn’t spending enough time there and “this apartment is too magnificent not to be lived in full time.” In addition to the $59 million asking price, the monthly maintenance fees are $20,000.

[Listing: 145-146 Central Park West, PH26C by Adam Modlin of the Modlin Group]

[Via TRD]

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