Actress Demi Moore has finally sold her sprawling Central Park West triplex for a hefty $45 million, according to New York City property records.
While that might sound like a lot, it is actually $30 million less than the apartment’s original $75 million asking price in 2015, as the Post reported exclusively at the time.
The palatial three story co-op comes with six bedrooms and a 1,500 square foot wrap around terrace in one of the city’s most prestigious Art Deco buildings, designed by Emery Roth. The building was completed in 1930 — one of the last elegant buildings to be completed following the 1929 stock market crash.
The listing broker was Adam Modlin of The Modlin Group.
The listing called the home a “floating mansion” and the “ultimate Triplex Penthouse to rise above Central Park.”
The apartment includes a double height foyer with “majestic” stairs. The first level, on the 26th floor, features a living room, library, dining room, breakfast room and chef’s kitchen. The stairs lead to a second ‘private’ floor with five bedrooms plus a staff room, while the third level, on the 28th floor, boasts a double height entertainment room, another kitchen, a guest loft, full bathroom and study. This floor also has a massive terrace.
Moore, clad in a white shirt with metal cut-outs and a snazzy, and rather complicated, waist-cinching black leather wrap skirt, was all smiles for the cameras at Harper’s Bazaar’s 150th anniversary party Wednesday evening, the night before her apartment sale posted publicly.
She was caught in a friendly embrace with fellow stunner, New York real estate maven Christie Brinkley — who last fall listed her 19th century bayfront Sag Harbor home for $25 million — up from its $15.75 million asking price in 2010.
The fact that Moore only sold her triplex after a massive price slash is another sign that apartments will sell if they are priced more “realistically,” brokers say.
Past residents have included Donna Karan, the late Steve Jobs, Steven Spielberg, Glenn Close, Tiger Woods and Diane Keaton.