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Old 10-19-2019, 06:09 PM
 
Location: Chi > DC > Reno > SEA
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Reno, NV

Old Money: Old Southwest
New Money: South Reno, Caughlin Ranch, Spanish Springs, northeast Sparks
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Old 10-19-2019, 06:19 PM
 
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Default Austin Old Money

Old Money:

Pemberton Heights—Small old money enclave between UT and Tarrytown
Tarrytown—Old money neighborhood that is on a bluff over Lake Austin.
Old Enfield—Progressive’s that hate the homeless (and who can blame them)
Hyde Park—Mostly Progressive Professors from UT bitching about the climate and Trump
Travis Heights—Progressives Lesbian’s who love Hillary and hate the homeless that are everywhere


New Money:

West Lake Hills— The tech Billionaire’s
Rollingwood— Ditto
Rob Roy—Ditto
Lost Creek—Ditto
All these are in the Hills in West Austin.

Really Austin only has new money, it’s the opposite of Houston, Dallas and San Antonio
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Old 10-19-2019, 06:31 PM
 
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Default Houston Old Money

Old Money

River Oaks— The ultimate old money neighborhood, it’s the richest neighborhood in Texas. This is where ALL the billionaires live, like Houston Bel Air and Beverly Hills rolled into one.
Remington/Broad Oaks/Southhampton—Rice University area of old money
Tanglewood—Old money near The Galleria
Memorial—Massive area of mansions and estates, like Preston Hollow in a Pine Forest, a little like parts of Buckhead
West University/Bellaire—this is yuppie ville, very pretentious but not that impressive.

New Money

The Woodlands—Massive development with some wealthy areas
Sugar Land—Ditto, but with more minorities
Clear Lake/Kemah—Ditto

Shout out to Galveston that has tons of Old Money Mansions.

Really Houston only cares about Old Money
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Old 10-19-2019, 07:22 PM
 
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Minneapolis/St Paul

Old Money
Lake of the Isles/Linden Hills (Minneapolis)
Edina (Suburb)
Highland/Summit Hill (St Paul)

New Money
Minnetonka/Eden Prairie/Maple Grove/Chanhassen (West Minneapolis Burbs)
North Oaks (North St Paul burbs)
Woodbury/Lake Elmo (East St Paul burbs)
Lakeville? (South Suburbs)

Edina is the only true old money suburb in the Twin Cities.
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Old 10-19-2019, 09:45 PM
 
Location: Greater Boston (Formerly Orlando and New York)
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Boston

Old Money
Back Bay
Beacon Hill
Brookline
Weston MA
Wellesley
Manchester by the Sea
Cambridge

New Money
Charlestown
Seaport
South End
Somerville
Eastern part of Cambridge
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Old 10-19-2019, 10:03 PM
 
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Where do the really wealthy families live in your city? I'm aware anyone that has the money can buy whatever house they can afford, so some Old Money people live in the New Money areas and vice-versa. Still, it seems like in most cities there are the traditionally wealthy or classy neighborhoods, and then newer neighborhoods that rich people live in that don't have quite the same feel. For new money, think athletes, Kardashians, lottery winners, guy who grew up poor but built a company up, etc.

Some examples:

Houston: River Oaks for Old Money, New Money in the Villages and far out suburbs like the Woodlands

Los Angeles: Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, Bel Air for Old Money, Calabassas for New Money.

Minneapolis: Lake of the Isles for Old Money, also some places around Lake Minnetonka, For New Money, maybe North Oaks.

How about other cities?
the old money typically live in places like Old Midland here in Midland, Texas.
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Old 10-20-2019, 10:15 PM
 
Location: Heart of Dixie
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Buffalo

Old Money:
Delaware Park-Elmwood Corridor-millionaire's row is going strong still today, although a lot of it has been diluted
Deerhurst Park, Tonawanda
Lebrun Road area, Amherst
Lakeview, Hamburg/Derby
East Aurora

New Money:
East Amherst/Clarence: very cookie-cutter outer ring suburbia complete with the McMansions, rapid population growth, and good schools
Orchard Park (particularly SE of village)
Lancaster
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Old 10-20-2019, 10:49 PM
 
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Old Money:

Highland Park— Ultimate Old Money Neighborhood. This is where you know you arrived. Think a prettier, less tacky Beverly Hills
University Park—Along with Highland Park, they form an area known as The Park Cities. The Volk Estates area is very wealthy.
Turtle Creek—Wealthy High Rise Condos along Turtle Creek with all the great views of downtown, most 5 star P
hotels and restaurants in this rich area.
Preston Hollow—Massive Mansions on large estates, this is what you think of when you think “Dallas”
Lakewood—Large estates along White Rock Lake.
Swiss Avenue—Original old money enclave, think KC Country Club area, now kinda spotty

New Money:

Plano—huge suburb with wealthy areas
Frisco—suburb with wealthy areas
Richardson—Ditto

Really Dallas only cares about old money.....
I live in the Dallas area and that is what I've noticed too. I live in an apartment building in Richardson, TX and the property manager there told me a couple of days ago that one of my neighbors from Pakistan has 4 million dollars in the bank. He also told me that the owner of the building, who is a 70 yr old Chinese guy, is a billionaire.
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Old 10-20-2019, 11:48 PM
 
Location: Chi > DC > Reno > SEA
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Seattle

Old Money: Denny-Blaine/Madrona/Leschi, Magnolia, Broadview (city neighborhoods), Lake Forest Park, Mercer Island, Yarrow Point, Clyde Hill
New Money: Queen Anne (city neighborhood), Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Sammamish
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Old 10-21-2019, 12:08 AM
 
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it is all New Money here, since the Old Money
generation died long ago, and the grandchildren
moved away with their inheritance which left gorgeous
real estate for the New Money. of course, the older estates
needed extensive upgrades for the internet era which gutted
the interior but left the exterior in a close resemblance to the past.
Fun to see an old thread I started get bumped. What area are you in where there is no old money?
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