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Harlem Co-op On the Market in New York City

Harlem Co-op • $310,000 • MANHATTAN • 128 West 138th Street, No. 3B A one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with picture frame moldings and original wood floors, in a six-story, prewar building with common outdoor space. The building is a Housing Development Fund Cooperative with income restrictions of $80,160 a year for a single buyer, or $91,680 for a couple. Deresia Williams, Bond Real Estate, 631-805-4565;

Sugar Hill, Manhattan: The Sweet Life of Old New York

The Harlem neighborhood that Langston Hughes praised in 1944 is still one of the ‘best-kept secrets in New York.’ But it’s not quite as affordable as it once was. Langston Hughes, the acclaimed writer and prominent Harlem Renaissance figure, described Sugar Hill in a 1944 New Republic article as “that attractive rise of bluff,” where people are likely to live in homes “where the plumbing really …

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