Diane Keaton’s San Remo starter pad is back on the market. It was first listed for $17.5 million in March of 2018, which the New York Post had reported at the time. The apartment was taken off the market in March and re-listed this past April (h/t 6sqft.com) for $3 million below the initial asking price.
Keaton bought the 21st floor Upper West Side apartment when she was just 30, after starring in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” ….
The most recent owners bought it for $13.5 million in 2012.
Features of the full floor 7 room home include:
- direct park views.
- a private elevator landing.
- a wood-paneled library with pocket doors.
- an enormous chef’s kitchen.
The San Remo is one of Emory Roth’s proudest and most notable architectural masterpieces of NYC, as it is the first twin-towered building to be constructed in NYC. It has been home to many celebrities in NYC, including Tiger Woods, Steven Spielberg, Donna Karan.
The San Remo is located at 145-146 Central Park West, between 74th and 75th Streets.