This paper employs a multidimensional approach for the measurement of well-being at the top of the distribution using German SOEP micro data. Besides income as the traditional indicator for material well-being, we include health as a proxy for non-material quality of life and self-reported satisfaction with life as dimensions. We find that one-third of the German population are well off in at least one dimension but only 1 per cent in all three dimensions simultaneously. While the distribution of income has become more concentrated at the top, measures of multidimensional well-being at the top have decreased slightly over time. Moreover, health and life satisfaction are important drivers of multidimensional richness, which has important policy implications.