Arcologica To Design Single-Family Conversion Of Three-Story Building At 138 West 11th Street, Greenwich Village

138-140 West 11th StreetPresent-day 138-140 West 11th Street. Photo by Ben Fitchett for the Wall Street Journal.

The chief executive officer of telecom company Altice, Dexter Goei, has filed applications to convert the three-story, 11-unit residential building at 138-140 West 11th Street, in Greenwich Village, into a single-family mansion. The plans were initially revealed over the summer when Goei acquired the 12,000-square-foot property, but the alteration permits offer additional details.

The residence will boast 11,092 square feet of living space. TriBeCa-based Arcologica is the architect of record and will likely design the conversion. Since the property sits within the Greenwich Village Historic District, the Landmarks Preservation Commission must approve any alterations done to the exterior.

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3 Comments on "Arcologica To Design Single-Family Conversion Of Three-Story Building At 138 West 11th Street, Greenwich Village"

  1. Today conversion is hot on YIMBY, one choice of the plans that is interesting into the buildings.

  2. More units lost here in the West Village. There is something excessively obscene about replacing 11 homes with one. Can there be any dignity in such an obvious display of wealth? Sad.

  3. Sean,
    Your a 100% correct! These billionaires are ruining Greenwich Village! They completely
    Changed Tenth St. Sean Parker, Jimmy Choo, 37 West 10th. No regard for people being displaced. Your a disgrace to society!
    So narrisistic; calling these homes Manison’s.

    Also; none of these people are there on a full time basis!

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