New details have emerged regarding the Williamsburg rental building that is being co-developed by Cayuga Capital and Jake Toll, the 31-year-old son of one-half of the development magnate The Toll Brothers. Formerly known as the Steelworks Loftsor The Lebowski, depending on who you askthe 83-apartment structure at 76 North 4th Street will now be known as the Lewis Steel Building, Brownstoner reports. The site's undergone some hefty changes in the course of its conversion, including the trading of former project architect Gene Kaufman for Hustvedt Cutler Architects (T.G.), and the disbanding of progressive interior design firm AvroKo for ... someone else.
The interiors, whose first glimpses have made their way onto the project's teaser site, are noticeably more bland than anticipated. So goes another new Williamsburg project with such hip amenities as a bocce ball court, vegetable garden, and rooftop cabanas. There also rumors that hipster bookstore McNally Jackson has penned a lease for some of the building's ground-floor retail space.
The building will have a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. The teaser site also unveils some very small interior images of the building. Curbed has reached out for additional images, so hold on tight. Leasing will likely launch imminently.
· New Name, Lease Date, Interiors for Steelworks Loft Conversion in Williamsburg ['Stoner]
· Lewis Steel Building [official]
· All Steelworks Loft / 76 North 4th Street coverage [Curbed]