A four-bedroom duplex smack-dab in the center of Greenwich Village just hit the market, and it's quite lovely. Located in a co-op building on East 9th Street between Broadway and University Place, it's a combination of units 47 and 48. A well-done renovation features 18-foot ceilings in the living and dining rooms that are curved and adorned with Sputnik-shaped millwork. Prewar details persist in the 1925 building, like wood-burning fireplaces and that distinctive molding. But there are all modern appliances and a Jacuzzi tub in the master bathroom on the upstairs level, which also has a small office. The building has an elevator, doorman, and shared roof deck, and is apparently home to designer Jonathan Adler. For that, would you pay $9 million?