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Anthony Weiner’s $12K Union Square rental listing disappears

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The former congressman’s Union Square pad was available a few days ago, but no more

Photos via Corcoran

Disgraced former congressman and onetime mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner has had a tumultuous few weeks: He pleaded guilty to federal obscenity charges that sprung from his last sexting scandal, and his wife, Huma Abedin, filed for divorce one day later.

In the midst of—and, well, likely spurred by—all that, the couple decided to move on from the Union Square rental, located in the Zeckendorf Towers, where they’d been living since 2014. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment was listed for $11,900/month, but once word got out that it was up for grabs—the New York Post first reported, naturally—the listing quickly disappeared. (No word on whether the place was rented or simply taken off the market; Curbed has reached out to Corcoran, which held the listing, for comment.)

As for the apartment itself, it’s “very stylish and unique” and “various configurations are possible,” according to the brokerbabble. The unit, made by combining two apartments, has a large eat-in kitchen, an en-suite master bathroom, tons of closet space, and a wall of windows in the living room that afford skyline views.