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These Are All the States With Trump Properties and Businesses

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Donald Trump has had plenty of business flops — Trump University and Trump Airlines, to name a few — but countless major real estate properties across the country stand as testaments to his success. His most famous holdings, like Trump Tower New York, put big money into both President Trump’s net worth and the family brand. But Trump Tower NYC is just one property in one state. Here’s a look at all the states that Trump properties or businesses call home.

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California

The 18-hole Trump National Golf Club just outside of Los Angeles offers panoramic views of the Pacific coast. Also serving as a destination for weddings and events, the property is worth more than $50 million and brings in an income of about $13 million a year.

The public course surrounds Trump’s other California holding: The Estates at Trump National.

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Connecticut

Trump Parc Stamford is the president’s only property in Connecticut. It also holds the title of the only luxury high rise in the city of Stamford. Residences in the building have views of the New York City skyline, where Trump’s business mecca is headquartered.

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Florida

Only New York hosts more Trump properties than Florida, which is home to eight. The famous Mar-a-Lago Club, President Trump’s weekend getaway of choice, is worth more than $50 million and earns nearly $15.57 million per year.

Trump National Doral Miami and Trump National Golf Club Jupiter are also worth more than $50 million each. They bring in $49.45 million and $12.4 million per year, respectively.

The third-most profitable Trump business in Florida is the Trump International Golf Club, which is worth between $25 million and $50 million. It earns more than $12.73 million annually.

Trump’s other Florida properties include:

  • Trump Grande, Sunny Isles
  • Trump Hollywood
  • Trump National Doral Golf Club
  • Trump Towers, Sunny Isles
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Hawaii

The only Trump property in the state of Hawaii is part of the Trump hotel business: Trump International Hotel Waikiki. The hotel, which held the title of best in Waikiki for 76 consecutive months on TripAdvisor, is just off the beach in Honolulu. The hotel brings in more than $1.53 million a year.

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Illinois

There’s only one Trump International Realty property in the state of Illinois, but its singularity doesn’t make it any less audacious. The Trump International Hotel & Tower is located in the heart of Chicago’s downtown area, stretching high over the Chicago River.

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Nevada

Trump International Realty has tentacles that reach all the way to Nevada, too. The Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas is located just off the Strip on Fashion Show Drive. It’s been a staple of Sin City since 2008.

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New Jersey

There are two Trump properties in the Garden State — Trump National Bedminster and the Trump National Golf Club Colts Neck — both of which are worth more than $50 million. The two properties earn incomes of $16.1 million and $6.63 million, respectively.

New Jersey used to be home to a third Trump property, Trump Plaza, but the luxury residential tower in Jersey City closed in 2014.

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New York

Home to 16 properties, New York is the heart of Trump’s business empire. Though arguably the most famous of his properties, Trump Tower New York is actually not the top-earner in the state, though it is worth more than $50 million and earns more than $5 million per year.

Trump Park Avenue takes the cake as the most valuable Trump property in New York. According to a 2015 financial disclosure, it’s worth more than $50 million and claims an income of $11.5 million per year. Trump National Golf Club Westchester is second-best, valued at more than $50 million and bringing in just less than $9.5 million.

There are multiple other Trump golf courses in the state, too. Both Trump National Golf Club Hudson Valley and Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point are worth between $5 million and $25 million, earning $4 and $2 million per year, respectively.

Despite its name, Trump Palace is not the most lavish of Trump’s New York properties, worth between $250,000 and $500,000. However, it does manage to bring in impressive annual earnings relative to its worth — between $100,000 and $1 million in a year.

The state is also home to:

  • Trump International Hotel & Tower New York
  • 610 Park Avenue
  • Trump Parc
  • Trump Parc East
  • Trump Park Residences, Yorktown
  • Trump Place
  • Trump Plaza, New Rochelle
  • Trump SoHo New York
  • Trump Tower at City Center, Westchester
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North Carolina

North Carolina is home to just one Trump property, Trump National Golf Club Charlotte, which is valued at between $5 million and $25 million. The club earns profits of about $10.13 million a year.

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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania also counts just one Trump property in the state. With annual profits just shy of $5 million, the Trump National Golf Club Philadelphia is worth between $5 million and $25 million.

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Virginia

Trump International Realty maintains one property in Potomac Falls, Va., but the state is also home to three other properties related to Trump’s wine business.

Trump Vineyard Estates is worth between $5 million and $25 million. It earns the brand between $100,000 and $1 million a year. Virginia is also home to Trump Winery and Albemarle Estate at Trump Winery.

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Washington, D.C.

You’ll find two Trump holdings in the nation’s capital. The Trump National Golf Club Washington, D.C., is valued at more than $50 million and earns more than $14 million. The city is also home to Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C.

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All property values and earnings were sourced from Donald Trump’s financial disclosure filed with the U.S. Government of Ethics at the onset of his presidential campaign in July 2015. Only those properties whose names matched exactly between the Trump Organization website and the entries in the report were included in this article. Some properties might be excluded.