Demi Moore’s New York City triplex penthouse sells for $45 million

Actress Demi Moore has finally offloaded her triplex penthouse at The San Remo, a famed co-op building sitting at 75th Street and Central Park West. The $45-million deal came to fruition only after she made a significant concession.

The star of such blockbuster movies as “Ghost,” “Indecent Proposal”  and “G.I. Jane” first listed the triplex penthouse for $75 million in 2015, according to the listing history. After it failed to sell for a year, she dropped the asking price to $59 million last June.

The $45 million final sale price, recorded in the property records filed with the City Registry Wednesday, represents a 40% discount from the original asking price.

Moore bought the penthouse in 1990 with her ex-husband Bruce Willis for an undisclosed amount, as previously reported by The New York Times.

The buyer is listed as M2 Trust in property records.

The residence, known as The South Tower Penthouse, “was the only duplex that kept its original design,” per the listing with Modlin Group. It was later combined with the building’s mechanical and storage space above to create a triplex unit.

The San Remo, consisting of twin 27-story towers, was designed in 1930 by architect Emery Roth, who was behind many famous New York builds in the 1920s and 1930s. The top of the towers was  "capped with circular Roman-style temples ringed by Corinthian columns inspired by the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates in Athens,“ according to the listing.

The two towers were converted to co-op in 1972.

Furthermore, Moore’s "floating mansion” has 17 rooms, including six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. A private elevator vestibule leads to a double-height foyer. The first level of the unit, located on the 26th floor, features living and dining rooms, a library and kitchen. The bedrooms occupy the second floor. The added 28th floor consists of a double-height entertainment room, a kitchen and a separate guest suite with full bathroom and a study.

From different angles of the penthouse, the new owner will enjoy views of Central Park and Manhattan landmarks.

Reps for Moore, and listing agent Adam Modlin didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

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