In the fabled San Remo, a co-op with Central Park views wants $25M

The three-bedroom apartment was created by combining two smaller

An expansive apartment in one of the San Remo’s fabled towers
has just hit the market, and while it’s not asking quite as much
as the penthouse once owned by Demi Moore—which
recently listed for a whopping $50 million
—it’s still
plenty pricey. The more than 5,500-square-foot pad
is asking $25 million

This particular unit, 15FE, is a combination of two smaller
apartments in the Emery Roth-designed building’s north tower. Its
owners, a money manager and his wife, bought the first apartment
close to 20 years ago, then added the second in 2011 and combined
the two. The result is an elegant three-bedroom unit with plenty of
traditional details—coffered ceilings, patterned wood floors, oak
paneling—as well as spectacular views of Central Park.

(Why are the current owners selling? Among, presumably, other
reasons, it lacked outdoor space, per an interview with the

New York Times
. So they’re relocated to 740 Park Avenue, just
across the park.)

Other features of this very grand space include an entrance
gallery with its own powder room, two kitchens (one of which is
smaller and has cabinets that are original to the space), a
soundproof media room, and a master suite with a dressing room and,
once again, Central Park views.

unique apartment
is listed with Bonnie Chajet, Lisa Chajet, and
Ronnie Lane of Warburg Realty.

A dining room with two windows, wood paneling, and decorative ceilings. A table and chairs that can seat 12 is at the center of the room. The walls are painted green. A
formal dining room.A foyer with wooden floors that have a geometric pattern. The
entry gallery, with wood floors that have a custom geometric
pattern. The bedroom had beige carpet, green walls, and two windows. There is a large canopy bed in the center of the room, and two nightstands with lamps.
A bedroom. A library with wood paneling.
The library has oak paneling on the walls and ceiling. A view of a park and buildings beyond that.
The apartment has views of Central Park and the rest of Manhattan.

Source: FS – NYC Real Estate
In the fabled San Remo, a co-op with Central Park views wants M