145 Central Park West, between West 74th Street & West 75th Street
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(2 available apts - updated June 18, 2013)
- 1930Year Built
Built in 1930 and designed by preeminent New York architect Emery Roth, the San Remo is located at 145 Central Park West, between 74th and 75th Streets.
The layouts of most of the Sam Remo’s 136 apartments are unusually spacious – even by the generous standards of the neighborhood – with many units more than 2,500 square feet and living rooms as big as 620 square feet. Ceilings range from 10 to 11 feet and lavish finishes are the norm. Since becoming a co-op in the 1970s, the apartments have all been outfitted with modern appliances and fixtures as well as thermal window glass.
San Remo amenities include a state-of-the-art health club, a bike room, a multi-purpose community room and private storage lockers. It is located close to Central Park, the shops and restaurants of the Upper West Side and such cultural attractions as the Museum of Natural History.
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Pre War
- Basement Storage
- Health Club
- One of the city's grandest and most desirable addresses
- Spectacular, protected views from most apartments
- Adjacency to Central Park
- Two blocks from subway
- Top of the line health club
- Celebrity building
- While a world-class landmark, construction details are not supreme
- Towers are slightly ungainly when seen from the west
The San Remo, 145 Central Park West Featured In:
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- "Top 10 Apartment Buildings Architecturally, West Side"
- "Top 10 Buildings with Park views"
- "Top 10 Watertank Enclosures, West Side"
- "Top 10 Pre-World War II Apartment Buildings"
- "Top 10 Central Park West Apartment Buildings"
- "Top 10 Most Stylish Apartment Buildings"
- "Top 10 Views"
- "Top 10 NYC Apartment Buildings Casting Shadows on Parks"
- "Top 10 Most Prestigious Co-ops, West Side"
- "Top 10 Residential Buildings Designed by Emery Roth"