More Homogeneity Creates Wealthy Super ZIPs

More Homogeneity Creates Wealthy Super ZIPs

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 10, 2013
(Image credit: Washington Post)

The "skyboxification of American life" means haves and the have-nots are living farther apart. According to data from a recent Washington Post interactive map, the middle class is getting more segregated, creating clusters of "Super ZIPs," where median household incomes are over $120,000. The largest continuous Super ZIP cluster is the DC metro area, covering over 700 square miles.

In other news, this rarely available Frank Lloyd Wright house is on the market, and check out dioramas of the 50 states made out of LEGO. See the headlines after the jump.

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