A number of the United States’ most expensive zip codes reside in parts of the East and West Coasts, but did you know the median household of a “1 percenter” is $400,000? With this much income to go around, many of these families have the resources to purchase property in high-priced metros like Bethesda, Maryland, Coral Gables, Florida, and the Bay Area.

Recently, retired urban geography professor Stephen Higley did research on America’s top 1,000 wealthiest neighborhoods and found that the shift toward urban metropolitans is not happening as fast as some think. Based on data from the Census Bureau, Higley was able to obtain information on residences with an average income of $200,000 or higher. He found that a majority of the richest communities are still in suburbs.

Higley found that the San Francisco Bay Area, which includes Oakland and San Jose, represents 61 of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country. this part of northern California accounts for 6 percent of the list’s wealthiest communities, making it one of America’s top five richest metro areas with a population of over 127,000 people, Atlantic Cities co-founder Richard Florida explained.

“America’s wealthiest neighborhoods are also concentrated in a relatively small number of metros across the country,” he wrote.

Out of the 61 communities that are a part of Higley’s San Francisco Bay Area, 34 of these neighborhoods are in Silicon Valley. This means that startups or aspiring businesses that plan on making parts of Hillsborough, Fruitvale, Los Altos Hills or Menlo Park home will need to think of creative ways to save money.

Filling up these commercial spaces with items like commercial furniture may set back a business owner thousands of dollars. Instead, look into a Bay Area used office furniture retailer to find anything from sofas, office desks, cubicle partitions, filing systems, and shelves. Quality used office furniture showrooms have just about anything you will need to create a professional workspace, at a fraction of the cost.