A look at income levels in suburban towns with Metra stops provides a glimpse at the disparity in wealth throughout the area, according to a map by Crain's Chicago Business Journal.
Among all Chicago and suburban Metra stops, Wilmette's stop ranked as the 13th highest income with an average income of $130,243, according to Crain's. Wilmette residents have the top 10 percent of the highest average incomes, according to the map.
The Metra station that ranked as number one was Kennilworth where the average income came in at $242,188, according to Crain's.
Read more and find out how other area suburbs compare on Crain's Chicago Business Journal.