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James Nederlander with his new San Remo apartment (at left) and his old one (right)
They say once you’ve lived at the San Remo, the twin-towered Central Park West behemoth and one of the city’s most coveted addresses, it’s difficult to imagine living anywhere else. Shareholders are known to move around within the illustrious building, picking up the leftovers from their neighbors’ divorces, moves and deaths.
That convention holds, too, for San Remo resident James “Jimmy Jr.” Nederlander, presumed heir to Broadway’s the Nederlander Organization, who just dropped $13.5 million on his late neighbor’s three-bedroom apartment upstairs, public records show.
The theater producer, whose credits include “Hairspray,” “Wicked” and the revival of “La Cage Aux Folles,” is a longtime shareholder in the Emery Roth-designed co-op. And with a list of neighbors that’s included the likes of Bono, Steven Spielberg and Rita Hayworth over the years, it’s no wonder he wasn’t anxious to move out. … [more]