And if the penthouse sells for that much, it will break the record for the most expensive co-op apartment ever sold on the Upper West Side, reports the Daily Mail.
“I’m spending the majority of my time in my other homes, and this apartment is too magnificent not to be lived in full time,” Moore, 52, told the paper in an email.
According to to People, her triplex south tower penthouse includes some 7,000 square feet of interior living space and 1,500 square feet of wraparound terraces, according to the paper; the sale price also includes a two-bedroom, two-bath lobby-level maisonette.
The combined monthly maintenance charge for both spaces is $21,000, the paper reports.
Dustin Hoffman, Diane Keaton and Steven Spielberg have all called the luxury building home throughout the years.
“We looked at everything on the park, Fifth Avenue, Central Park South and Central Park West, and there was just nothing like it,” Moore told the newspaper in an email.
“The location, architecture and history of the San Remo were on a completely different level,” she said.
Adam D Modlin, president of the Modlin Group, is in charge of the listing and says there is no other apartment in the neighborhood to rival Moore’s.
‘Compared with the other iconic private perches on the perimeter of Central Park, there just isn’t anything quite like this penthouse,’ he said. ‘It is the grandest residence in the south tower, the one that sits above all the others, a mansion in the clouds, a
Moore and her ex-husband Bruce Willis bought the penthouse along with a 2-bedroom lobby-level apartment in 1990 from “Saturday Night Fever” producer Robert Stigwood.