The Wall Street Journal set out to find the least expensive homes for sale in New York City. Here's a sampling of what awaits buyers at the bottom of the market.
Manhattan: This studio with parquet floors is located in an Art Deco building in Harlem near the No. 2 and 3 trains at 125th Street.
The building has a historic pedigree- Eartha Kitt, Della Reese and Billy Eckstine are said to have lived there.
THe Housing Development Fund Corp., which owns the building, stipulated that the buyer's income cannot exceed $80,000.
The property was listed in August for $85,000. Agent Kim McKeller of Halstead Property holds the listing.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011