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

85 Grand Street 4N (credit: Halstead Property)

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 for an assortment of reasons, but these are the most expensive residences that have found loving new owners.

56 Leonard Street PH55 (credit: Stribling)

56 Leonard Street #PH55 | In Contract

A lot can happen in three months in the world of Manhattan real estate. A resident of Tribeca’s “jenga building” at 56 Leonard has already found a buyer for the pad he or she decided to flip after owning it for little over a month.

The anonymous Leonard Street Properties LLC paid $21.8 million for the 55th floor penthouse in March. In April, it returned to the market with a $28 million price tag. Now the pad is in contract again for an undisclosed sum.

825 Fifth Avenue 15B/C (credit: Douglas Elliman)

825 Fifth Avenue #15B/C | In Contract

Last asking $12.5 million, this Fifth Avenue co-op is the second most expensive to go into contract this week. There’s not a great deal of information available about the two-bedroom pad, but the listing photos scream stuffy-upper-eastsider.

180 East 88th Street 36B (credit: Corcoran)

180 East 88th Street #36B | In Contract

Also in contract on the Upper East Side this week is this pad at 180 East 88th Street, a new development scheduled for completion next year. It was last asking $8.45 million and comes with four bedrooms, Central Park views and access to eight floors of amenities including a soccer pitch, fitness studio and game room.

85 Grand Street 4N (credit: Halstead Property)

85 Grand Street #4N | In Contract

Down in Soho, this classic loft has been snapped up. The building was built in 1872 as a silk warehouse and converted to co-op in 1976. The unit in question came with a $7.99 million price tag and has buckets of character, from the exposed brick to the columns.

50 Riverside Boulevard 19E (credit: Corcoran)

50 Riverside Boulevard #19E | In Contract

Last but not least is this Riverside Boulevard condo. The new owner of this five-bedroom corner unit will be treated to river views and white glove service, plus they’ll be able to use the building amenities which include a rock-climbing wall, basketball and squash courts and two-lane bowling alley. The spread was last asking $7.85 million.