The Council for Community and Economic Research released its second-quarter ranking of the country’s most expensive urban areas. From milk to movie tickets, here’s a look at how much living in the 10 most expensive cities will set you back.
10. Washington, D.C. On average, the Washington area was about 41 percent more expensive compared with the national average. Average price for half a gallon of milk: $2.71; bread: $1.56; apartment rent: $1,995; a house: $772,186; gas: $3.80; movie: $11.60. Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post Buy Photo