Demi Moore Reportedly Lists NYC Triplex And Ground-Floor Unit At The San Remo For $75 Million

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Demi Moore is "quietly showing" her triplex in New York City's famed San Remo building, and according to the NY Post, the actress has listed both the triplex and a two-bedroom bottom-floor unit for a total of $75 million. $75 million!?

We can't seem to find any interior shots of the place, but here's what we know: The triplex is at the top of the south tower of the building, and Moore purchased it in 1987 with then-hubby Bruce Willis. Much like the top floor unit in the north tower, this penthouse was reportedly combined with part of the tower's mechanical and storage space above to create a three-story unit with over 7,000-square-feet of living space, multiple terraces and 360-degree views from all floors. However, it's been reported elsewhere that the unit is really only two stories and the "third" floor counts for maybe half a story.

Amenities in the Emery Roth-designed building include a state-of-the-art health club, a bike room, a multi-purpose community room and private storage lockers, and after becoming a co-op in the 1970s, all 136 apartments have all been outfitted with modern appliances and fixtures as well as thermal window glass.

Notable current/past celeb residents include Steven Spielberg, Bono, the late Steve Jobs, Glenn Close, Tiger Woods, Diane Keaton and Dustin Hoffman, who sold his triplex for $21 million in February.

While $75 million sounds a bit high (especially compared to Hoffman's ~8,000-square-foot unit), consider this: Demi is on the top floor and facing Central Park, Hoffman was not. And as you may recall, last year Demi made the news when she demanded spousal support from ex-hubby Ashton Kutcher to help pay for the renovations on the apartment, and at the time it was estimated to be worth $25-40 million. All that info (combined with the inclusion of the bottom floor unit) could actually put this listing in the right price range.

But how fast will it sell?

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