The Daily Caller analyzed the arrest records of hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters and found that they live in rather opulent homes. Using arrest records, they determined that the media value home for those that included accurate addresses was $305,000, which Daily Caller compares against a $185,400 median U.S. value. I'd be interested in how it compares to NYC-area values, but the Daily Caller reports that the arrested came to Wall Street from all over the country.
Using online tools that show the home at a given address, they created a slide show of the "Opulent homes of the ’99 percent’)."
Here's one of the homes featured in that hilarious slideshow: