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AZ - 24th Street & Camelback Road

CA - Los Angeles - 10000 Santa Monica Blvd

CA - Beverly Hills - 809 North Canon LLC

CA - Los Angeles - Ed McMahon's House

CA - Los Angeles - Grand Avenue

CA - Rancho Palos Verdes - Real Estate Development

CA - San Francisco - Bank of America Building

DC - Washington - Convention Center (1970s)

FL - Hollywood - Trump Hollywood

FL - Miami Beach - 1995 Development with Thomas Kramer

FL - Miami Beach - Trump Grande Ocean Resort and Residences

FL - Miami Beach - Trump International

FL - Miami Beach - Trump Towers

FL - Palm Beach - Maison de L'Amitie

FL - Sunny Isles Beach - Trump Towers Condos

FL - West Palm Beach - Plaza of the Palm Beaches

LA - New Orleans- Trump International Hotel & Tower

MD - Seat Pleasant - Gregory Estates

NJ - Atlantic City - Lease from Midlands Company

NJ - Bedminster - "Land"

NJ - Jersey City - Trump Plaza

NJ - South Orange

NY - Jones Beach

NY - Mt. Kisco - Westchester County

NY - New Rochelle

NY - White Plains

NY - Yorktown - Westchester County

PA - Philadelphia

SC - Industrial Real Estate

VA - Norfolk

VA - Park Place Virginia residence

VA - Trump Scotsborough Square



  • Donald Trump reportedly bought and sold real estate while attending the Wharton School during the 1960s. “While still at the Wharton School, from which he received a bachelor's degree in 1968, Donald Trump put into practice what he said he learned ‘by osmosis’ from the senior Trump. He began purchasing ‘little real estate pieces in Philadelphia and fixing them up,’ he recalled. After graduation, he joined his father in Brooklyn and kept on buying - properties in Virginia, Ohio, Nevada, and land in California. Sometimes, he built, too. He had an eye for good locations and good financing: ‘'F.H.A. mortgages 40 years out, and 5 1/2 percent interest’ taken over from owners desperate to sell ‘so we didn't have to put up much cash,’ explained Donald Trump. […] Mr. Trump has been selling the properties he accumulated on his post-college buying binge outside New York and is co-oping 3,000 units in Brooklyn and Queens.” (New York Times, August 7, 1983)