Millionaires' Mile

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The Millionaires' Mile, Millionaire's Mile, Millionaires' Row, Millionaire's Row, Billionaires Row, Golden Mile or Alpha Street are the exclusive residential neighborhoods of various cities, often along one scenic strip such as a riverside or hilltop drive, or a wide city boulevard.


Millionaires' Miles are often found in neighborhoods by the name of the Gold Coast. There is the Gold Coast of Long Island, Boston's Gold Coast, and Chicago's Gold Coast to name a few.

Millionaires' Miles are characterized by the presence of great houses in varying architectural styles. Depending on the location, these may be stately homes, mansions, townhouses, esoteric modern creations or other imposing designs.

International examples[edit]

Square du Bois, Brussels

American locales[edit]

Some well-known Millionaires' Miles include the following:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Spula, Ian. "Why Chicago's Most Expensive Houses Are in Lincoln Park". Chicago magazine. Retrieved 11 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Vacations in Rhode Island". USA Today. Retrieved 25 October 2015.