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Building: The San Remo

145-146 Central Park West, New York, NY, 10023
138 units28 storiesBuilt in 1930

Building Description

THE SAN REMO
145 & 146 CENTRAL PARK WEST

The San Remo is the first twin-towered building to rise in New York and its precedent-setting design gained it fame when it was built in 1930. Designed by the acclaimed architect Emery Roth, it was named for a hotel that previously occupied the same spot and converted into a cooperative in 1972. Twenty-seven stories high, including the ten-story towers, the apartments are grand in scale with huge entrance galleries, lofty ceiling heights, stunning prewar details, some duplex layouts and many residences with terraces. Its residents enjoy the finest white-glove service including 24-hour doormen, two magnificent lobbies, private and semi-private elevator landings, state-of-the-art health club, community room, laundry, and storage room. The San Remo is truly one of the premier masterpiece buildings on Central Park West in the finest location!

Description provided by Carol Levy

Building Amenities

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Storage Available

Building Facts

Facts 138 units28 storiesBuilt in 1930
Floorplans 36 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 19 documents and permits
 
Sales Listings 6 active sales ($3,775 per ft² avg, $22,857,500 avg price)
46 previous sales ($3,140 per ft² avg, $8,138,586 avg price)
6 previous rentals ($87 per ft² avg, $27,791 avg price)
 
Owned by: SAN REMO TENANTS CORP
Architect: Emery Roth & Sons

Sales - 3 active / 3 in contract

$75,000,000  
 
17 rooms, 6 beds
5 baths, 5 half baths
$21,495,000 
  IN CONTRACT
9 rooms, 3 beds
3 baths, 1 half bath
$18,500,000  
  IN CONTRACT
12 rooms, 5 beds
6 baths, 5 half baths
$15,100,000  
 
10 rooms, 4 beds
4 baths, 1 half bath
4,000 ft²
$5,355,000 
 
5 rooms, 2 beds
2 baths
$1,695,000  
  IN CONTRACT
9 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath, 1 half bath

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