Carrie Bradshaw's closet has nothing on the one Sarah Jessica Parker could be building.
According to Page Six, Parker and her husband, Matthew Broderick, are combining two townhouses in Manhattan's West Village to make a 13,900-square-foot "
In 2016, the actors reportedly paid $35 million for 273 and 275 West 11th Street, and while Parker's representative shot down rumors of a house combination last year, building permits filed by Parker’s business manager Frank Selvaggi show that there will be "interior demolition of partitions."
Matthew Broderick, James Wilkie Broderick, Tabitha Hodge Broderick, Sarah Jessica Parker and Marion Loretta Broderick pose at the opening night of the new musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway in April 2017.
Morris Adjmi Architects are handling the renovations, the New York Post column reports.
The Parker/Broderick clan, which includes the couple's three children, bought the two houses from the nonprofit United Methodist Women, which had owned them since 1920 and used them for conferences and housing.
The doors of Parker and Broderick's adjacent townhouses
When completed, the new home will have a colossal 2,100-square-foot backyard. How many closets it'll contain, though, is anybody's guess.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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