Special Report

City in Every State With the Most Billionaires

Source: The Russian Government / Wikimedia Commons

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia
> Billionaire count: 3
> Wealthiest person in Philadelphia: Victoria Mars ($7.5 billion)
> Total Philadelphia billionaire net worth: ($10.6 billion)
> Runner-up city: Bryn Mawr (2 billionaires, combined net worth: $6.2 billion)

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Source: Courtesy of Providence Equity

Rhode Island: Providence
> Billionaire count: 1
> Wealthiest person in Providence: Jonathan Nelson ($1.8 billion)
> Total Providence billionaire net worth: ($1.8 billion)
> Runner-up city: None

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South Carolina: Charleston
> Billionaire count: 1
> Wealthiest person in Charleston: Anita Zucker ($1.9 billion)
> Total Charleston billionaire net worth: ($1.9 billion)
> Runner-up city: None

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Source: Courtesy of Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

South Dakota: Sioux Falls
> Billionaire count: 1
> Wealthiest person in Sioux Falls: T. Denny Sanford ($2.4 billion)
> Total Sioux Falls billionaire net worth: ($2.4 billion)
> Runner-up city: None

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Tennessee: Nashville
> Billionaire count: 2
> Wealthiest person in Nashville: Thomas Frist Jr & family ($13.0 billion)
> Total Nashville billionaire net worth: ($19.0 billion)
> Runner-up city: Knoxville (2 billionaires, combined net worth: $4.7 billion)

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