Demi Moore Finally Sells $75 Million San Remo Home
Demi Moore has sold her expansive San Remo triplex at 145-146 Central Park West, four years after first attempting to unload the $75 million home. Moore originally purchased the triplex in 1990 with then-husband Bruce Willis. At the time, the $75 million price tag included a two-bedroom maisonette located on the ground floor of the building. Moore initially wanted the apartment to be a whisper listing, but ultimately it officially appeared on the market in April of 2015. It remains unknown if the maisonette was included in the recent sale of the triplex, which ended up going for $45 million. The penthouse is an impressive 7,000-square-feet and includes six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Residents of this opulent home can expect to pay nearly $19,400 a month in Co-Op fees. In total, the home has 14 rooms, including a library, entertainment room, and a large living room that features stunning Central Park views. This famous Art Deco building was designed by Emery Roth and completed in 1930. Moore is far from the only celebrity to have called the San Remo home, U2's Bono also purchased a penthouse in the building's north tower in 2003 from none other than Apple founder Steve Jobs. Steven Speilberg, Glenn Close, and Diane Keaton are among other major Hollywood celebs who have lived in this historic building.