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.
30 Park Place #PH78A | In Contract
This week we’re saying goodbye to a six bedroom, duplex penthouse at 30 Park Place.
The Robert A.M. Stern-designed building is set to be Lower Manhattan’s tallest hotel and residential tower. With its most recent asking price of $30 million, this pad was one of the tower’s most expensive.
157 West 57th Street #65A | In Contract
Another pad in another one of New York City’s status towers has gone into contract this week, this time at One57.
The spread’s owners bought the full floor unit in 2014 for $29.3 million. In 2015, it hit the market with a price tag of $35.5 million, but it was most recently asking $24.9 million, meaning it’s very likely they’ve flipped it for a loss.
150 Central Park South 2301/2303 | Off Market
We’re bidding adieu to this park-side pad this week. The Hampshire House combination opportunity comes with three bedrooms, a private terrace, and all kinds of swanky amenities… although you will need to join the units yourself.
It was most recently asking $20.5 million.
53 West 53rd Street #50A | Off Market
We toured the delightfully angular 53W53 for our Big Open House series recently and we really rather liked it.
This half-floor residence most recently came with an $18.7 million price tag, along with three bedrooms, Central Park views and interiors by Thierry Despont.
1060 Fifth Avenue #2B | In Contract
Treasure your last look at this swanky co-op because it’s just been snapped up.
The flamboyant spread comes with art walls, wood-burning fireplaces, 48 feet of Central Park frontage and a lot of extravagant details. Plus, its most recent asking price of $15.5 million is far, far less than it was asking when it first hit the market in 2014 for $29 million. Bargain.