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CurbedWire: Son of THOR Takes Form, Carroll Gardens Brownstone Four-Fifths Sold

LOWER EAST SIDE?It looks like the open-top glass atrium part of 115 Norfolk Street, aka Son of THOR because Hotel on Rivington masterminds Grzywinski + Pons are calling the shots here as well, is beginning to take shop. This excites us immensely. Why? We'll never tell. [CurbedWire Staff]

CARROLL GARDENS?A press release landed in our inbox from the gang at 90 First Place, boasting of some impressive numbers. "80 percent sold after being on the market for just eight weeks," it says, and indeed, that's a balm for these harsh times. However, we'd be remiss in not pointing out that this renovated brownstone development has just five units, so it's not quite a bonanza. Prices range from $925,000 to $1.15M, and closings are expected in October. [CurbedWire Inbox]

115 Norfolk Street

115 Norfolk Street, New York, NY 10002