A North Shore ZIP code was listed among the richest in the country and is the only Long Island village to make the list.
Old Westbury was named the 18th richest ZIP code in the United States by Bloomberg, the second New York ZIP code listed behind Purchase, a hamlet of Harrison in Westchester County, at No. 5.
According to the analysis, Old Westbury’s average annual household income is about $639,800. Approximately 4,743 people lived in Old Westbury in 2016 spread out among 1,063 homes.
Bloomberg’s report shows the average gross income in Old Westbury has increased by 36.2 percent in the past five years and shows the average resident’s salary at about $338,300 — a 6.8 percent over the past five years.
The median home value in Old Westbury is $2.32 million, according to Bloomberg’s report.
The report was done with data from the Internal Revenue Service and census data from 2015.
Fisher Island off the coast of Miami Beach, Florida, topped the list with an average household income of $2,543,100 in the 33109 ZIP code.
Purchase’s 10557 ZIP code averages $976,200 per household and was listed as the richest in the Northeast.
Nearby Greenwich, Connecticut, rounded out the top 20 with its 06831 ZIP code, where the average household income is $626,200 — a 7.9 percent decrease in the past five years.
While no Manhattan ZIP codes were able to break the top 20, the 10005 ZIP code — home of the New York Stock Exchange and the Charging Bull statue — landed at No. 21 with a $614,300 average household income, a 16.6 percent decrease since 2013.
Manhattan’s 10007 followed right behind at No. 22 with a $597,900 household income.
Manhattan codes 10065, 10021 and 10282 also made the list at Nos. 28, 34 and 40 respectively.