The San Remo
145 Central Park West
Construction began in 1929, weeks before the market crash. The San Remo was designed for 122 apartments, but that number grew over the years to 136 for during the Great Depression, many of the larger units were subdivided to make them easier to rent. More recently, however, many purchasers have combined units.
The apartments are large with entrance galleries, high ceilings, and prewar details. Some are duplexes and many have terraces. The windows were an innovative design as the top transom swings out and the lower transom swings in, an attempt to improve ventilation. There are two addresses because the building was designed such that each half of the structure is served by its own magnificent lobby. White glove service, 24 hour doormen, private and semi-private elevator landings, state-of-the-art health club, community room, laundry, and storage room make the San Remo one of the city's most desirable and expensive apartment buildings .
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