Going, going, gone: The snazziest pads to depart from the market this week

35 North Moore Street #PHAC (credit: Douglas Elliman)

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.

60 Riverside Boulevard #2101 | Off Market

60 Riverside Boulevard #2101 (credit: Corcoran)

Designed by Roman and Williams, this 5,641 square-foot-apartment has a pretty impressive 3,600-square-foot landscaped terrace that holds a private pool and spa. The unit is being sold by television producer Elizabeth H van Merkensteijn, who paid just over $14 million for the home in January 2014 (after her son decided it should be the family’s new home.)

It had been asking $17.9 million since it first hit the market in April 2016.

58 East 66th Street | Sold

58 East 66th Street (credit: Corcoran)

This is likely the last we’ll see of this particular Upper East Side townhouse for a while.

The home — which was last asking just a pinch under $26 million — has sold to Brown Harris Stevens broker Craig Filipacchi. He paid $24.2 million for the five-story, 12-room limestone house, city records show.

The Upper East Side mansion, known as the Arthur Sachs House, comes with a grand staircase topped with a skylight, a garden and a roof terrace.

35 North Moore Street #PHAC | Off Market

35 North Moore Street #PHAC (credit: Douglas Elliman)

Adele might be fantastic at winning Grammys, but she’s no good at helping sell properties.

She rented this Tribeca penthouse — owned by former Nets guard Deron Williams — back in 2016. It comes with six bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and a glass-enclosed wine cellar that can hold 300 bottles.

Williams first listed the property for $33.5 million in 2015, and proceeded to slash the price a number of times to its most recent asking price of $28 million.

2 East 67th Street Full-floor | Off Market

2 East 67th Street Full-floor (credit: Sotheby’s International Realty)

This 11 room, full-floor co-op has also bid farewell to the market. The pad has been asking $35 million since it hit the market in January 2016, so we wonder if we’ll see it again soon with a discount.

It comes with a wood paneled corner living room, a library, a gym and a steam room.

1 Central Park South 601-605 | Off Market

1 Central Park South 601-605 (credit: Corcoran)

This sprawling package at the Plaza Hotel, is the last listing to leave the market this week. Combining apartments 601, 603 and 605, would result in a 5,868-square-foot apartment with 12 windows directly overlooking Central Park.

The pad has only partially left the market though. It would appear it was a co-exclusive, but now only one $38 million listing remains, meaning Joanna Cutler of Joanna Cutler Real Estate now has sole control. The apartments are also available in an assortment of other combinations.

  • I have profited $104k previous year by doing an on-line job a­­n­­d I did it by w­o­r­k­i­n­g in my own time f­o­r 3 or sometimes more hours /day. I was following work opportunity I found online and I am happy that i was able to make so much extra income. It’s beginner friendly a­­n­­d I am just so blessed that I found out about this. Check out what I did… http://statictab.com/h8vxywm