For wealthy people, suburbs are the new big cities.

When you think of America’s wealthiest people, you probably picture them living in swanky penthouses with sweeping skyline views of some of the country’s biggest cities: New York. Los Angeles. Miami.

While this is certainly true for some of America’s high earners, a new study from The Center for Demographics and Policy at Chapman University hints that many of the country’s richest residents are choosing suburban life over the hustle and bustle of the big cities.

In examining the nation’s 53 largest… READ MORE

Written for Livability

Photo courtesy of Jeffrey S. Otto