Big news for the Emerald City! According to a recent list released by Bloomberg, Seattle is the fourth-richest city in the country when ranked by gross metropolitan product, following San Jose, Bridgeport, Connecticut and San Francisco. It’s no surprise when you consider that “the Seattle-area is home to some of the largest public companies in the country, as well as a bevy of smaller, but fast-growing businesses.”

The study found that Seattle has a GMP of $75,874 per resident (a growth of 7.9% since 2009), which puts it above Boston at $74,746 and Washington D.C. at $72,191.

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