A little over a year ago, Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick bought not one but two places in the West Village.

The couple is planning on joining the mega-mansion bandwagon by combining the two townhouses at 273 and 275 West 11th Street. The Sex and the City star and her husband reportedly spent $34.5 million on the two townhouses, less than the original asking price of $44 million. The properties offer almost 14,000 square feet of space, not including the 2,100-square-foot private garden.



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A year later, the couple have hired well-known New York architect, Morris Adjmi, to do the expansive, full interior demolition.

Adjmi is a fellow West Village resident, famous for designing the Samsung building in the Meatpacking District, the Austin Nichols House, 465 Pacific Street in Brooklyn, and many Kushner Companies properties.

The documents called for “interior demolition of partitions,” confirming rumors that the couple will be combining the two properties into one mega-mansion. Their West Village project will be joining the ranks of several mega-mansions in the neighborhood, including the future homes of hedge funder Steven Cohen and Napster founder Sean Parker.



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The two sold their last home at 20 East 10th Street for $18.25 million. We look forward to seeing the massive home after Morris Adjmi and his team get their hands on it.