Trump’s NYC Penthouse Specifications
Donald Trump’s New York City residence is a gilded, three-level penthouse 58 stories up at the top of Trump Tower. The building is a combined live and work place for Trump as his offices are located in the same building. This makes the transition into the White House similar as it is also a combined live and work building. The space was inspired by the Palace of Versailles, boasting rococo decor and a copious amount of gold and takes up the top three floors of the building.
Location: 725 Fifth Avenue NYC
Design: By Angelo Donghia in Louis XIV style
Size: 10,996 square feet
Current Estimated Market Value: $64~$100 million
Photographed by Sam Horine
Trump’s Palm Beach Estate Specifications
Donald Trump purchased the historic property in 1985 for around $5 million and turned it into a resort club that generated $15.6 million in 2014.
Black and white marble floor slabs, 2,200 in total, and 20,000 ceiling tiles were imported off of a Cuban castle. The estate also boasts a collection almost 36,000 Spanish tiles, some dating to the 15th century. The living room ceiling is a reproduction of a ceiling in the Academia of Venice and is covered in gold foliage.
Location: 1100 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, Florida
Design: Marion Sims Wyeth (exterior)
Joseph Urban (interior)
Size: 110,000 square feet
Current Estimated Market Value: $200~$300 million
Trump’s Seven Springs New York Specifications
Trump purchased the property from Rockefeller University in 1996 in hopes of converting it into a golf course but that has yet to happen. The house has a total of 60 rooms and two servant quarters.
Location: Bedford, New York
Purchase: $7.5-million in 1996