Thanks to our friends over at StreetEasy, we’re rather on top of this city’s real estate comings and goings — emphasis on goings.
This week, a handful of highly priced pads left the market, and here are the ones we’re saddest to see go — although, we rather suspect we’ll see some of them again soon, perhaps with a spanking new price tag.
525 Park Avenue #11AB | Off Market
Described by its listing as “extraordinary,” this Park Avenue pad has been on and off the market since March 2016, consistently asking for a cool $32 million.
The 3,794-square-foot unit at the 14-story prewar building features four bedrooms, a paneled library and a reception room.
522 West 29th Street #9A | Off Market
When LLNYC toured the model unit at the Soori High Line recently, we were suitably impressed. So it’s safe to say that the building’s crown jewel — this triplex spread — is even more dazzling.
The four-bedroom pad was most recently asking $22.5 million, and we’ve certainly not seen the last of it.
45 East 30th Street #PHB | Off Market
This quirky, multi-level penthouse has dropped from the market after just five months, it was looking for $18.9 million. It’s owned by Al Kahn, the licensing executive responsible for bringing Pokémon to the US and even coming up with the name.
The quirky, multi-level apartment comes with three bedrooms, a full-floor master suite, seven outdoor terraces, and a private outdoor pool.
1110 Park Avenue #G | In Contract
This is likely the last we’ll see of this particular Upper East Side spread for a while. It just went into contract. The pad originally hit the market in 2014 asking $25.7 million, but was most recently asking $18.9 million. It comes with four bedrooms, oak flooring and Juliet balconies.
Elsewhere in the building, Andrea Jung, the former longtime CEO of Avon, has just listed her unit for nearly $18 million.
137 Franklin Street #PH | Off Market
This eclectic Tribeca triplex has also said farewell to the market. Designed by Julie Hillman, the 4,000-square-foot spread comes with a private elevator, a roof-top terrace and a whole lot of windows. It was last asking $17.5 million.
Maybe the owners are following the lead of J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler, who lives across the street. His $22.5 million pad vanished from the market two weeks ago.