When you’re asked where the wealthiest in America live, you may think of New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago. But what about the non-inner city dwellers?
According to FiveThirtyEight, approximately 58% of Americans describe themselves as living in the suburbs. As cities become overpopulated and more expensive, it is no surprise that over half of America now lives in the suburbs of major cities.
With the move to the suburbs because of a lower cost of living comes the ability for sprawling suburban neighborhoods for some of the nation’s wealthiest families.
So, where are the richest suburbs in America? Here is an overview of the top 10 from Zippia (scroll down after clicking link to see):
These Are The 10 Richest Suburbs In America For 2018