Have you ever wondered how much your neighbors make and how that compares to other local communities?
Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks uses census data to track the median income of neighborhoods, including the Greater Philadelphia area.
The site breaks down both median household income and rent by census tract and allows users to submit specific addresses, so one can see what the median is for their neighborhood, at least according to government records.
Using the site, we pulled the highest-median-income neighborhoods for comparison. Take a look at our list below, and explore the site for yourself here.Neighborhood
Highest Median IncomeWest Chester $142,717 Malvern $129,485 Springfield $102,480 Marple-Newtown Square
$138,603Phoenixville $164,766 Haverford-Havertown $137,656 Ardmore-Wynnewood-Merion $153,049 Media $112, 891 Bryn Mawr-Gladwyne $185,250 Bala Cynwyd-Narberth $203,750 Radnor $166,389 Tredyffrin-Easttown $153,125 Chestnut Hill-Mt. Airy $106,638 Roxborough-Manayunk $105,260