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

100 Eleventh Avenue 19th Floor (credit: CORE)

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.

33 East 74th Street PH2 (credit: Douglas Elliman)

33 East 74th Street #PH2 Off Market 

Gone from the market this week is this duplex at 33 East 74th Street, a building which has recently been converted from a row of Whitney Museum-owned, 19th-century brownstones into 10 condos. This penthouse was the second most expensive of the bunch.

Along with its 4,844-square-feet of indoor living space, it comes with a 2,867-square-foot terrace which spans almost the length of the entire block.

It was last asking $29.5 million.

100 Eleventh Avenue 19th Floor (credit: CORE)

100 Eleventh Avenue 19th Floor Off Market 

A combination opportunity on the 19th floor of the Jean Nouvel-designed 100 Eleventh Avenue has bid farewell to the market too.

Last asking $17.8 million, the two units were owned by actor Kelsey Grammer, and his next door neighbor, tech CEO Larry Mueller. The duo teamed up to sell their pads.

Both units were also available separately, and Grammer’s recently went into contract.

25 Columbus Circle 54AG (credit: Nest Seekers International)

25 Columbus Circle #54AG In Contract

After chopping $34 million from its original asking price, this duplex penthouse in the Time Warner building has finally gone into contract.

The pad, which is split between the building’s 54th and 55th floors, was first asking $50 million in 2013, although StreetEasy shows it debuted for $42.5 million in 2014.

The four-bedroom spread is owned by direct marketing mogul and self-made millionaire Cheryl Mercuris. It was last asking $16 million.