If you love the finer things in life, dahling, naturally you want the poshest apartment you can find to match your luxurious lifestyle. Granite countertops, a doorman, tons of closet space, gorgeous views – these are all things you want in your life, and you won’t settle for anything less in your home.
If this sounds like you, then you definitely belong in one of these top 10 metros with the most luxury apartments on ApartmentGuide.com. Read on to find out where you can live in the lap of luxury.
Visits on AG
|Los Angeles / Long Beach / Anaheim, CA||92||1807|
|Dallas / Fort Worth / Arlington, TX||90||1766|
|Washington, DC / Arlington, VA / Alexandria, VA||85||703|
|Philadelphia, PA / Camden, NJ / Wilmington, DE||83||604|
|New York, NY / Newark, NJ / Jersey City, NJ||75||132|
|Atlanta / Sandy Springs / Marietta, GA||70||661|
|Chicago / Naperville / Joliet, IL||66||1249|
|Houston / Sugar Land / Baytown, TX||62||90|
|Detroit / Warren / Livonia, MI||56||8|
|Baltimore / Towson, MD||52||727|
Along with identifying the metros with the most luxury apartments listed on the site, Apartment Guide also determined the number of web visits the luxury community listings in those metros received between April 14 and July 14, 2014.
Surprisingly, over this three-month period, the 56 luxury communities in the Detroit metro area only received eight visits on Apartment Guide. Renters in the Houston metro area also are passing up the luxury options – luxury communities that area only received 90 visits on the site in the time period studied. Think of all those fabulous amenities that are going unused!
On the other hand, renters in the Northeast really have their pick of luxury places — the Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York metro areas all made the list for having the most number of luxury apartments. But East Coasters are far surpassed by the Los Angeles and Dallas / Fort Worth metro areas for the number of renters interested in these homes. Carry on, you fabulous people.
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Apartment Guide identified which CBSAs (core-based statistical areas, also known as a metro area) have the most apartment communities that have classified themselves as luxury communities on the site. Visits to these communities reflect the total number of website visits received by these luxury communities between April 14 and July 14, 2014.