Diane Keaton‘s first apartment purchase was at a pretty fancy address; The San Remo. It’s at 146 Central Park West and has been home to some A-list stars like herself; Glenn Close, Bono, Steve Martin, Dustin Hoffman, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.
It’s on the market now, encompassing the entire floor with jaw-dropping park views from nearly every window. Keaton bought the apartment in the late 70s, after her star-making role in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. (Which is my favorite film of all time, btw.)
Keaton says it was,
“one of those remarkable apartments… There was a window on every side. Everything was wide open. That was the beginning of my true interest in architecture.”
Keaton now spends her time, when not on a movie set, designing and flipping houses, mostly on the West Coast. Her most recent home book (she’s written 3) The House that Pinterest Built, which was released last year.
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence has changed a bit since Keaton owned it and she wasn’t too happy about selling it either.
“I had to sell it because they wouldn’t let me rent it out. I still really resent that!”
Demi Moore famously tried to sell her triplex in the building for $75 million in 2015, before she finally accepting $45 million. (You can see it here.)
(Photos, Cororan, Diane Keaton; via The Observer)