The Priciest Baseball Stadium Neighborhoods
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It's opening day for the national pastime. And with baseball stands filling up across the country, Trulia decided to rank stadium neighborhoods by per square foot home values. Boston's Fenway came out on top, and the area's win was even more impressive for boasting values nearly five times the metro Beantown average.
Red Sox archrivals the Yankees could not extend its fabled World Series dominance to apartment prices in its Bronx environs. In fact, this is a rare ranking that puts the Mets (whose Citi Field neighbors have home values at No. 7 on the list) on top of the Bronx Bombers.
Take a swing at the five most expensive stadiums to live next to.
Fenway Park, Boston
Team: Red Sox
2014 team winning percentage: .438
Home values PSF: $1,107
Team payroll: $150.1M
AT&T Park, San Francisco
2014 team winning percentage: .543
Home values PSF: $1,025
Team payroll: $147M
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
Capacity: 56,000 (the most of any US baseball stadium)
2014 team winning percentage: .580
Home values PSF: $511
Team payroll: $270M
Safeco Field, Seattle
2014 team winning percentage: .537
Home values PSF: $507
Team payroll: $89.2M
PETCO Park, San Diego
2014 team winning percentage: .475
Home values PSF $497
Team payroll: $86.3M