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

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 past 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.

737 Park Avenue #12A | In Contract

This $25 million condo was the most expensive abode in New York City to go into contract in the last seven days. The five-bedroom unit spans 6,111 square feet and no doubt its new owners will appreciate its 102-feet of Park Avenue frontage.

14 East 11th Street | In Contract

Built in 1865, this Greenwich Village townhouse was once owned by the Cornell University Foundation, city records show. But the most recent owner is the mysterious 14 E 11TH LLC, who paid $8.95 million for the pad back in 2012, they gut renovated the house, adding high-end finishes, a 10-zone air conditioning system, heated floors an elevator, and we’re guessing those rather fetching French doors too.

The house was last asking $23.5 million.

421 Hudson Street #TH2 | In Contract

421 Hudson Street is otherwise known as The Printing House, a new development that includes condos, maisonettes and townhouses. This is one of the latter. Last asking $11.65 million, the house’s new owner will be getting four bedrooms, an elevator, a roof terrace, and access to all of The Printing House’s amenities including its on-site Equinox gym.

301 East 50th Street #PHB | In Contract

This full-floor penthouse with river views was most recently asking just a pinch under $10 million. We wonder what wooed its new owner the most? The large terrace, the stellar views, or the ample amenities at the Turtle Bay building.

21 East 12th Street #21A | In Contract

LLNYC toured the sales gallery of 21 East 12th Street not so long ago and we were dazzled by the building’s finishes and ample outdoor space. The new owners of this four bedroom unit at the building must have been too seeing as they bought unit 21A, which was last asking $9.35 million.