Bloomberg News has released its annual "100 Richest U.S. Zip Codes" survey and, this year, there is a bit of a surprise: A New York City neighborhood was among the top five.

The Big Apple has been missing from the top spots on the list in recent years, Bloomberg reported, but one New York City neighborhood worked its way up the chart as redevelopment of what used to be an industrial sector has attracted wealthy residents.

As for the rest of the list, things are a bit clustered. Half of the 100 counties on the richest zip codes list come from just eight U.S. counties, Bloomberg said.

"Seventeen states had at least one richest 100 zip code," Bloomberg reported. "California and New York each claimed 23, whereas Connecticut and Massachusetts independently added another nine." The full index of 300 richest zip codes are spread among 30 states and the District of Columbia, Bloomberg said.

Bloomberg looked at tax returns tied to 22,000 U.S. zip codes to compile the list.

Read on to view the top 10 richest zip codes, including the New York City neighborhood that rose to a top spot:

10. Kenilworth, Ill. (60043)

Average annual income: $772,200.

This Chicago suburb has a population of only about 2,500 people. The median home value in the town is about $1.3 million, according to Zillow.