NYC Richest City in America and the World


New York City, once again, tops the list of richest cities in the U.S. and the world.  The Big Apple remains number one with nearly 350-thousand millionaires and 60 billionaires.  This despite a major exodus to Sunbelt cities during the COVID pandemic.  San Francisco has 68 billionaires but it ranks second behind New York on the New World Wealth Report because it only has 305-thousand millionaires.  Other cities rounding out the top ten richest are Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Seattle, Boston, Miami and Austin, Texas.

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