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Just two years ago, actress Demi Moore parted ways
with her majestic San Remo penthouse for $45 million and now the triplex gem is back on the market asking $50 million. With 8,000-square-feet of living space and 1,500-square-feet of terraces, this is no doubt one of Manhattan’s most spectacular properties for sale, especially since it is the cherry on top of one of architect Emory Roth’s most iconic buildings.Shining atop the South Tower of the San Remo, this incredible spread with unparalleled views is what dreams are made of. With 50-feet of Central Park frontage, it’s a place where you can watch the seasons change in style and fall in love with the city all over again each day. A perfect blend of Old New York glamour and sleek modern style, the home is brimming with captivating elements like a grand curved staircase, 36-foot wood-paneled living room, and huge windows that let in ample sunlight and paint the rooms gold at sunset.Besides offering stylish living spaces, six bedrooms, and five and a half baths, the sky-high mansion has unrivaled celebrity pedigree. The building has been home to Steven Spielberg, Steve Martin and Diane Keaton, whose former apartment there is actually currently for sale
as well.The San Remo’s influential owners aren’t all in the past either. The new owner with deep pockets will be in good company since just across the way in the North Tower sits a sister penthouse that belongs to legendary musician Bono. According to Mansion Global
, the savvy rocker snagged it from Steve Jobs back in 2003 for just $14.5 million.J. Roger Erikson of Douglas Elliman
has the prestigious listing.