As I promised yesterday, I looked at my whole collection of data to create the following assorted listicles based on the information I collected, plus a few other random facts and assumptions I found along the way. For example, I thought Miami was much bigger than 433,000 people.
It’s time for our last round of cities in the housing series of What Things Cost. You can read part one, part two and part three at their respective clicks. Later on in the week, I’ll do a post of top tens covering all 58 areas we covered in the past few weeks.
Today we’re visiting 18 cities, from Detroit, Michigan to Columbus, Ohio. The list runs the gamut from one of the American cities struggling the hardest to stay afloat during the extended economic crisis, Detroit, to one of the most affluent, New York City. The differences are sobering.