New York City's Central Park
To the left of the tree is the San Remo luxury co-op, one of the most prestigious addresses in Manhattan. The San Remo began Construction in 1929, weeks before the Wall Street market crash. When the building was completed the city and the country were rapidly slipping into the Great Depression. In 1940, the San Remo together with another building were sold, for $25,000 total to cover the existing mortgages.
Residents have included Steven Spielberg, Steve Jobs, Demi Moore, Glenn Close, Dustin Hoffman, Bono, Steve Martin, Bruce Willis, and Eddie Cantor. Rita Hayworth spent her last years in the San Remo.