Somebody–no one remembers exactly who–once said that there are three things that matter in real estate: location, location, location. And so it seems: a cramped, roach-ridden studio apartment in Manhattan’s West Village will run you $36,000 a year; a cramped little lander with inflatable rooms on Mars will cost something in the neighborhood of $200 million.
Plus transportation. And food, of course. Here’s a full breakdown, infographic-style, from the good people at Neo Mammalian Studios:
The Cost of Living On Mars