The Most Expensive Cities in America

October 2, 2014

The decadent lifestyles of the rich are more unbelievable than ever. Foreign cars, luxury homes, and all the toys that go along with the money. Below I’ve combined a couple articles about the most expensive cities in the US where these people are living. Click through to the interactive map in the first article to see where these zip codes are located. Thinking about moving? Consider one of the houses below. For my money, I’ll take the Santa Barbara home (tied for Number 8) or Aspen at Number 3. What the heck, I will take Laguna (tied for Number 8), too.

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P.S. Speaking of Foreign cars, we partnered with Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale to find their new Scottsdale location, across from Fashion Square Mall.

For the full postcard, click here.

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Lifestyles Of The Rich: The Most Expensive Cities And Zip Codes In The US [Maps]

Int'l Business Times
By: Lisa Mahapatra
October 9, 2013

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Eight of the 20 most luxurious ZIP codes in the United States are in California, seven are in New York, four in Florida, and one in Colorado, according to Coldwell Banker’s Luxury Market Report 2013.
These ZIP codes had the highest number of luxury home sales, all priced at $10 million or more, in the U.S.
Beverly Hills, the area with the famous 90210 ZIP code, topped the list with 18 luxury home sales between June 2012 and June 2013.
Click here for a series of interactive maps that give you a closer look of luxurious zip codes!

The 20 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in America
Business Insider
By: Megan Willett
October 7, 2013
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The super-rich continue to flock to Beverly Hills. The famous “90210” zip code had more $10 million-and-up home sales in the past year than any other zip code in the U.S., according to a new luxury market report from Coldwell Banker Previews International.Eighteen homes were sold for $10 million or more in the 90210 neighborhood between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013, the time period covered by the report.We taking a closer look at the 20 zip codes with the most $10 million+ homes sold during the 2012-2013 year. Photos are of homes in those neighborhoods that are currently on the market for $10 million or more.#10 (TIE) PACIFIC PALISADES, CA (90272): Pacific Palisades, a neighborhood on the Westside of LA and a popular filming location, had five home sales over $10 million.

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Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A Pacific Palisades six-bedroom mansion on sale for $14.95 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#10 (TIE) MIAMI BEACH, FL (33140): The northern section of Miami Beach, known for its galleries and spas, had five home sales over $10 million.

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Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A seven-bedroom home in 33140 Miami zip code for $11.9 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#9 (TIE) ATHERTON, CA (94027): One of the wealthiest towns in the US, Atherton had six home sales over $10 million.

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Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A seven-bedroom home in Atherton currently listed for $27.4 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#9 (TIE) PALM BEACH, FL (33480): Nicknamed “the Gold Coast,” Palm Beach had six home sales over $10 million.

#9 (TIE) PALM BEACH, FL (33480): Nicknamed "the Gold Coast," Palm Beach had six home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

The most expensive home currently for sale in Palm Beach for $6.67 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#9 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10065): NYC’s Upper East Side neighborhood from 60th Street to 69th Street had six home sales over $10 million.

#9 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10065): NYC's Upper East Side neighborhood from 60th Street to 69th Street had six home sales over $10 million.

Google Maps

A condo on Park Avenue currently on sale for $10.995 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#9 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10013): NYC’s downtown SoHo neighborhood had six home sales over $10 million.

#9 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10013): NYC's downtown SoHo neighborhood had six home sales over $10 million.

Google Maps

The most expensive home currently listed in NYC’s 10013 zip code for $4.95 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#8 (TIE) SANTA BARBARA, CA (93108): Also including Montecito, a census-designated place within Santa Barbara, this zip code had seven home sales over $10 million.

#8 (TIE) SANTA BARBARA, CA (93108): Also including Montecito, a census-designated place within Santa Barbara, this zip code had seven home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A four-bedroom home in Santa Barbara listed for $18 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#8 (TIE) LAGUNA BEACH, CA (92651): Made famous by the reality TV series of the same name, Laguna Beach had seven home sales over $10 million.

#8 (TIE) LAGUNA BEACH, CA (92651): Made famous by the reality TV series of the same name, Laguna Beach had seven home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A $65 million five-bedroom home in Laguna Beach, CA.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#8 (TIE) NAPLES, FL (34102): Naples, one of Florida’s swankiest neighborhoods, had seven home sales over $10 million.

#8 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10022): NYC’s Midtown East neighborhood had seven home sales over $10 million.

#8 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10022): NYC's Midtown East neighborhood had seven home sales over $10 million.

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A 52nd Street duplex currently on sale for $19.5 million.

Source: Brown Harris Stevens

#7 BRENTWOOD, CA (90049): This Los Angeles neighborhood had eight home sales over $10 million.

#7 BRENTWOOD, CA (90049): This Los Angeles neighborhood had eight home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A 13-bedroom home in Brentwood listed for $35 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#6 (TIE) MALIBU, CA (90265): This affluent beach community in northwestern LA had 10 home sales over $10 million.

#6 (TIE) MALIBU, CA (90265): This affluent beach community in northwestern LA had 10 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A $54 million, 13-bedroom mansion in Malibu.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#6 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10028): NYC’s Upper East Side neighborhood from 80th Street to 86th Street had 10 home sales over $10 million.

#6 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10028): NYC's Upper East Side neighborhood from 80th Street to 86th Street had 10 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

The most expensive home in NYC’s 10028 zip code is currently this $3.695 million apartment.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#6 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10014): NYC’s West Village and Meatpacking District neighborhoods had 10 home sales over $10 million.

#6 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10014): NYC's West Village and Meatpacking District neighborhoods had 10 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A $14 million house on Bethune Street in NYC’s 10014 neighborhood.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#5 MIAMI BEACH, FL (33139): South Miami Beach, home to some of Florida’s best restaurants and nightlife, had 11 home sales over $10 million.

#5 MIAMI BEACH, FL (33139): South Miami Beach, home to some of Florida's best restaurants and nightlife, had 11 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

This 11-bedroom home in Miami’s 33139 zip code is listed for $35 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#4 BEL AIR, CA (90077): An affluent residential community on the Westside of LA, Bel Air had 12 home sales over $10 million.

#4 BEL AIR, CA (90077): An affluent residential community on the Westside of LA, Bel Air had 12 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A $75 million, 10-bedroom mansion in LA with tennis court.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#3 (TIE) ASPEN, CO (81611): The favorite ski town of millionaires, Aspen had 16 home sales over $10 million.

#3 (TIE) ASPEN, CO (81611): The favorite ski town of millionaires, Aspen had 16 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A seven-bedroom home in Aspen on sale for $39.75 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#3 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10021): NYC’s Upper East Side neighborhood from 69th Street to 76th Street had 16 home sales over $10 million.

#3 (TIE) NEW YORK, NY (10021): NYC's Upper East Side neighborhood from 69th Street to 76th Street had 16 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

The most expensive home in 10021 is this condo on 72nd street for $8.95 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#2 NEW YORK, NY (10023): NYC’s Lincoln Square neighborhood on the Upper West Side had 17 home sales over $10 million.

#2 NEW YORK, NY (10023): NYC's Lincoln Square neighborhood on the Upper West Side had 17 home sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

A seven-bedroom condo in this building is currently listed for $12 million.

Source: Coldwell Banker Previews International

#1 BEVERLY HILLS, CA (90210): The most famous zip code in America, Beverly Hills had 18 homes sales over $10 million.

#1 BEVERLY HILLS, CA (90210): The most famous zip code in America, Beverly Hills had 18 homes sales over $10 million.

Coldwell Bankers Preview International

This nine-bedroom mansion in Beverly Hills is on sale for $32 million.

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