combined units

Celebrities, Cool Listings, Interiors, West Village 

1 Morton Square, Amy Poehler, Will Arnett, combined units

That’s right. Live in this 1 Morton Square condo and you can brag to your friends that you’ll always have a little piece of Amy Poehler and Will Arnett with you. In happier times, the former couple owned a portion of this condo combo before selling it for $2.2 million and, as the Jeffersons say, “movin’ on up” to a higher and more expensive floor in the building. Now their unit, #5B has been combined with unit #5C for one exquisite four-bedroom $9.995 million pad.

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Cool Listings, Greenwich Village, Interiors

7 East 9th Street, combined duplex units, private outdoor terraces, two master suites

You know you’ve found “the one” when you find yourself searching online for artwork to hang on its gallery-sized walls. Our guess is this Greenwich Village co-op at 7 East 9th Street was combined from two units: unit 2R (a large $4.1 million duplex), and 2F (a smaller $900,000 unit). The end result is a massive, $11 million, two- or three-bedroom duplex with sky high 13-foot ceilings, exquisite finishes, and northern and southern light.

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Boerum Hill, Cool Listings, Interiors

233 Pacific Street, wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors, 233

There’s a gorgeous new condo available in the recently built 233 Pacific Street. The 3,000-square-foot pad is actually a four-bedroom combination of two apartments. Add some customizations like wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors and custom paneling and molding throughout, and you have a true stunner for $2.995 million.

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Chelsea, Cool Listings, Interiors, Meatpacking District, West Village 

66 9th Avenue, Porter House, floor plan by Kevin Bergin, three-unit flip

It looks like someone is trying to accomplish a pretty impressive flip. Since September 2012 an investor has gradually acquired the three units that occupy the sixth floor of the Porter House, paying almost $13 million. Now the entire floor is back on the market as one potential dream home package for a whopping $22 million. (Now that’s appreciation if we’ve ever heard of it.) While the nearly double asking price may raise a few eyebrows, there are a few incentives for prospective buyers in the form of a fresh paint job and a masterfully crafted floor plan by up-and-coming NYC architect Kevin Bergin. Admittedly, it’s not a complete remodel, but it’s a start. Let’s take a look inside so you can judge for yourself.

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