INDIAN HILL, Ohio -- Well, this shouldn't surprise anybody, but this Cincinnati suburb has landed high on Bloomberg's second annual ranking of the United States' richest communities.
Indian Hill ranked as America's 12th richest place with an average household income of $314,077 in 2016. That's up nearly $8,500 from 2015.
"The richest communities in America for years have been in Silicon Valley and the New York City area. Now the Midwest is starting to make some noise," the article reads.
Other Ohio communities on the list include Pepper Pike near Cleveland and New Albany outside Columbus. Not a single town in Kentucky or Indiana cracked the top 100.
See the full list at Bloomberg's website here.