President Donald Trump's Houses in Palm Beach and New York

May 17, 2017

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

Bedrooms: Unknown

Bathrooms: Unknown

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

Built: 1924–1927

Design: Marion Sims Wyeth (exterior)
Joseph Urban (interior)

Size: 110,000 square feet

Bedrooms: 58

Bathrooms: 33

Current Estimated Market Value: $200~$300 million


A podium and American flags stand on-stage ahead of a news conference with Donald Trump, president and chief executive of Trump Organization Inc. and 2016 Republican presidential candidate, in the Donald J. Trump Grand Ballroom at the Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S., on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Trump has the chance to essentially lock up his bid for the Republican presidential nomination as voters head to the polls Tuesday in five states. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images


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

Built: 1919

Size: 50,000-square-foot

Bedrooms: 15

Bathrooms: unknown

Purchase: $7.5-million in 1996



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