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Jacob Toll’s Williamsburg conversion gets new name

Toll and Cayuga Capital Management bought the site in 2010 for $17 million

August 29, 2014 08:30AM

From left: The Lewis Steel building and Jake Toll

From left: The Lewis Steel building and Jake Toll

Formerly known as the Steelworks Lofts, the luxury rental building at 76 North 4th Street will now be known as the Lewis Steel Building, according to Brownstoner.

The 83-unit luxury building is being designed by Hustvedt Cutler Architects, replacing the original architect of record, Gene Kaufman. The apartments will be a mix of studios, one-, two- and three-bedrooms. Leasing is expected to launch immediately.

Toll, son of real estate mogul Robert Toll, bought the site in 2010 together with Cayuga for $17 million. Previous owner Fifth Square Partners paid $27 million in 2007.

Bookstore McNally Jackson signed a lease on the ground floor of the building. [Brownstoner] — Claire Moses

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