In the bigger cities across the United States, you can expect to see much smaller living spaces for much higher amounts of money. This holds true for the New York City metropolitan area, which has become well known for many things including the extremely small apartments that it offers for very enormous costs on a monthly basis. From TitleMax, this infographic gives you a look at the top 55 metropolitan areas across the United States, along with what the average square feet of living space are per person.
In the United States, the average is 700 square feet per person, and the metropolitan area with the highest average (of the top 55 metro areas in the country) is in Memphis, Tennessee at an average of 825 per person. Florida is the only state with two areas in the top ten, with #6 Jacksonville having an average of 800, and #9 Orlando with 782. Did your home city make this list?