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The San Remo – 145 Central Park West. A premier address on the Upper West Side, The San Remo offers splendid views of the rest of the city and Central Park from its location at Central Park West, between 74th Street and 75th Street. Designed by Emery Roth, the architect of The Beresford and The Normandy, and constructed in 1930, The San Remo is one of the few buildings that standout along the skyline adjacent to Central Park. Co-oped in 1972, the building offers substantial entrance galleries, two lobbies, private and semi-private elevator landings, doorman, fitness center, community room, laundry and storage rooms. The San Remo is 27-stories high with 138 luxurious units, a desirable complement to other Upper West Side residential buildings including: The Alden at 225 Central Park West, Astor Court at 205 West 89th Street, The Sagamore at 189 West 89th Street, The Ormonde at 154 West 70th Street, The West River House at 424 West End Avenue, and last but not least The Beresford at 211 Central Park West.

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  • 145 CPW The San Remo


    If you’re interested in buildings located on the Upper West Side that have a club lounge, the The San Remo, Astor Court, The Normandy, Trump Place and The Heritage at Trump Place also have club lounges or community rooms. Many buildings on the Upper West Side offer the convenience of fitness centers within the building, including: Trump Place, The Sagamore, The Ormonde, The Beresford, The San Remo, The Park Millennium The Normandy and The Heritage at Trump Place. If you want a building with a doorman, the Upper West Side has many offerings, including: The West River House, The Sagamore, The Ormonde, The Beresford, The San Remo, Astor Court, The Century Condominium, The Park Millennium and The Normandy. If you’re looking for extra storage within your building on the Upper West Side then The Sagamore, The Beresford, The San Remo, Astor Court and The Century Condominium all offer additional storage.

    The San Remo is located just two blocks south of The Museum of Natural History and is directly across from Central Park, a perfect urban retreat perfect for walking your dog, riding your bike, taking a stroll or picnicing. If you are interested are living closer to Central Park, then The San Remo, The Alden, The Beresford and The Century Condominium are all located directly across from Central Park. If you want to live on the Upper West Side near the Hudson River and Riverside Park, there are several buildings that fit that criteria, including The West River House, which is located at 424 West End Avenue, The Normandy, which is located at 140 Riverside Drive, Trump Place, which is located at 140 Riverside Boulevard and The Heritage, which is located at 240 Riverside Boulevard.

    The San Remo is also located less than three blocks east of Broadway, offering easy access to the rest of Manhattan, as well as to the subway, the 1, 2 and 3 lines have a station at 72nd Street and the B and C lines have a station very close to The San Remo at 81st Street/Museum of Natural History, which offers convenient access all along the west side of Manhattan, to neighborhoods like the Upper West Side, Morningside Heights, Midtown, Chelsea, West Village, Tribeca, Soho, Battery Park City and the Financial District.