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In 2010, the city had a population of 24,697. The Census Bureau estimated its 2013 population at 25,068. In 2014, "Forbes" magazine ranked Coronado as one of the most expensive places to live in the United States; it was third on their list of "America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes", with a median home price of $1.8 million and an average annual household income over $200K per year (the highest in California). The land on which Coronado now sits was first discovered by Europeans when Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo explored some time between 1542 and 1544 while sailing northward along what is now called the California coast from Mexico to Point Reyes near present-day San Francisco Bay under orders from New Spain viceroy Antonio de Mendoza to explore possible trade routes with China or other countries in Asia for valuable goods such as silk or spices that could be brought back through Mexico by galleons across both sides of South America via prevailing winds during that season.