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See the list of the richest New Yorkers of the year

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Rebecca Fontana
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The list of the richest New Yorkers was just released, and we’ll just be over here crying in our three-bedroom converted railroad apartment for the rest of the day. The Observer’s report includes the richest musicians, the highest-paid athletes and the New York comedians with the highest net worth.

Some notable people on the list include our favorite bartender Bill Murray, a big chunk of the Yankees roster and Madonna, who just performed a free show in the city. (She already has $560 million, so she’s good.) Several of the people on these lists, including Paul McCartney, split their time between several houses, but just owning one in NYC is enough to land them a spot on the list.  

Check out who's the richest of the rich here:

Richest musicians in NYC

1. Paul McCartney, $1.2 billion

2. Sean Combs, $750 million

3. Madonna, $560 million

4. Jay Z, $550 million

5. Mick Jagger, $360 million

6. Bruce Springsteen, $345 million

7. Keith Richards, $340 million

8. Neil Sedaka, $300 million

9. Jon Bon Jovi, $300 million

10. Sean Ono Lennon, $200 million

Richest comedians in NYC

1. Jerry Seinfeld, $870 million

2. Larry David, $400 million (tie)

3. David Letterman, $400 million (tie)

4. Adam Sandler, $360 million

5. Bill Murray, $140 million

6. Ricky Gervais, $90 million

7. Jon Stewart, $80 million

8. Chris Rock, $70 million

9. Tina Fey, $65 million

10. Stephen Colbert, $45 million 

Best-paid athletes in NYC

1. Yoenis Cespedes (Mets), $27.5 million

2. CC Sabathia (Yankees), $25 million

3. Eli Manning (Giants), $24.2 million

4. Carmelo Anthony (Knicks), $22.45 million

5. Masahiro Tanaka (Yankees), $22 million

6. Derrick Rose (Knicks), $21.3 million

7. Jacoby Ellsbury (Yankees), $21.14 million

8. David Wright (Mets), $20 million

9. Brian McCann (Yankees), $17 million

10. Curtis Granderson (Mets), $16 million

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