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Forget the Cronut - some of New York City's most appealing combinations can be found in real estate.

Whether a desired floor plan is too hard to find or a building is too tempting to leave behind in the search for more space, combining apartments can solve the problem and create a dream home that cannot be found anywhere else. While some of this week's new condo listings come already combined, others invite buyers to bring their architects and creativity.
75 Wall Street, Financial District
75-Wall-Street-1 All images of 75 Wall Street via Douglas Elliman
75-Wall-Street-2 Kitchen
75-Wall-Street-3 Views
Make the most of this chance to build a dream residence! Once combined, the apartment will offer three spacious bedrooms, plenty of closet space, open kitchen, well-appointed living area, and grand foyer. The high-floor corner unit has north and west exposures, 10' ceilings, and 6' windows welcoming natural light and city views. Read more.
75 Wall Street #31LM floor plan Floor plan
30 Lincoln Plaza, Upper West Side
30-West-63rd-Street-1 All images of 30 Lincoln Plaza via Stribling
30-West-63rd-Street-2 Kitchen
30-West-63rd-Street-3 Bedroom
30-West-63rd-Street-4 Bath
Three apartments were combined into one large, pristine home high above Central Park. The entryway into the apartment immediately opens up in to the large entertaining room with combination open kitchen, living room and dining room. The kitchen includes a Wolf stove, Miele dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, wine fridge, custom white lacquered cabinetry and granite countertops. Read more.
30 West 63rd Street #27STU floor plan Floor plan
The Park 900, Carnegie Hill
900-Park-Avenue-1 All images of The Park 900 via Engel & Volkers
900-Park-Avenue-2 Bedroom
900-Park-Avenue-3 900 Park Avenue
Property is sold with approved architectural plans to combine apartments 11A and 11B. When complete, the apartment will be a stunning, spacious home with large eat-in kitchen and enormous living/dining area overlooking Park Avenue. Each bedroom is generously proportioned with ample closet space. Read more.
900 Park Avenue #11AB floor plan Floor plan
The Orion, Midtown West
350-West-42nd-Street-1 All images of The Orion via Compass
350-West-42nd-Street-2 DIning area
350-West-42nd-Street-3 Study
350-West-42nd-Street-4 Bedroom
Owned by renowned furniture designers Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, the sprawling residence combined two previously independent units (as well as additional hallway space) to create two master bedroom suites, two living rooms, three full baths, an open kitchen, and a full dining area with wraparound windows. The 58th-floor condo offers sweeping, unobstructed views of the Hudson River, as well as iconic landmarks like the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and One World Trade from its three exposures facing south, east, and west. Read more.
350 West 42nd Street #58GH floor plan Floor plan
The Memphis Downtown, West Village
140-Charles-Street-1 All images of The Memphis Downtown via Compass
140-Charles-Street-2 Living room
140-Charles-Street-3 Dining area
140-Charles-Street-4 Bedroom
Private full-floor home plus two separate adjacent apartments directly below comes with the flexibility of combining all or having separate guest quarters, a home office and/or an income producing apartment. Either way, this is a unique opportunity to create an expansive home high in the sky on a tree-lined Village street. Glorious private outdoor space is perfect for entertaining or watching the sun rise and set. Read more.
140 Charles Street #19ADE18A18C floor plan Floor plans
140 Charles Street #19ADE18A18C
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