25 Most Expensive Cities In The United States

City life in the United States can be expensive. Premium rent, parking fees, taxes, all go towards making an urban lifestyle something that few can fully afford. However, some cities are more expensive than others…much more expensive. Compiled by Expatistan, this list may surprise you a bit. Although it includes many of the places you would probably have guessed, there are some that may leave you scratching your head. These are the 25 most expensive cities in the United States.

20

Denver, Colorado

Denver, ColoradoSource: wikipedia, expatistan, Image: wikipedia

It’s the price of eating out that hurt Denver’s affordability index.

19

Dallas, Texas

Dallas, TexasSource: wikipedia, expatistan, Image: wikipedia

Staying fit in this Texas metropolis will cost you about $60 a month for a gym membership.

18

Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, MarylandSource: wikipedia, expatistan, Image: wikipedia

Another city that isn’t often thought of as expensive, an apartment in a good part of the city can go for almost $2,000 per month.

17

Houston, Texas

Houston, TexasSource: wikipedia, expatistan, Image: wikipedia

Apparently utilities are fairly expensive here. An average apartment can end up with a $200 a month utility bill.

16

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, GeorgiaSource: wikipedia, expatistan, Image: wikipedia

Rent in the state famous for its peaches hovers around $1,500 per month.

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