Love him or hate him, Trump is filthy rich!. Nothing has really changed for Trump ever since he became the President of the United States because he was always a fortunate billionaire who has an exaggerated taste for luxury and extravagance. In fact, any perk of his current reputable status feels normal to him. So, to give you a glimpse of his billionaire lifestyle, let’s look at 10 of the most expensive things that Donald Trump owns.
1. Trump Tower- Price $371 Million
This massive 58 story skyscraper on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City is the place where Trump lives and makes all the deals. Inside this grand building, you will find shops, atrium, apartments, Trump’s penthouse and offices. This building has been a part of Hollywood Films on a couple of occasions, once in “The Dark Knight Rises” as Wayne Enterprises and then in “The Wolf Of The Wall Street”.
2. Penthouse in New York City- Price $90 Million
Donald Trump is known for his billions and billions of dollars. But now, he’s also President of the United States. Before he was POTUS, however, he was simply a billionaire with lots of expensive stuff. Here are the ridiculously expensive things that Donald Trump owns. Spanning three floors Trump luxury penthouse is referred to as the 68th floor. Even though Trump Tower is only 58 storeys tall. Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, this is the place Trump, his wife Melania, and their son Barron calls home. The penthouse is decorated with marbles, diamond, murals painted on the ceiling, crystal chandeliers, and basically anything that can be made out of or plated with 24 karat gold. The decor was inspired by Louis the 14th.
3. Rolls Royce Phantom- Price $500,000
This is the second Rolls-Royce for Donald Trump. He also has a 1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, one of the oldest in his collection. You know that Trump has to have the top of line toys and the Roll Royce Phantom is no exception. Indeed, the car was born in an effort to create “the Best Car in the World” and riding in one is supposed to feel like you’re riding on a magic carpet, Aladdin style. According to the Rolls-Royce website, this particular car “encapsulates contemporary luxury,” which suits Trump to a tee. The Phantom can also be personalized to the smallest of details, so with Trump’s love for gold, we imagine his car is probably lined with it – who knows how much the car is actually worth considering the car starts at $500,000. We can assume that it is easily a small fortune.
4. Golf Course- Price $206 Million
It’s certainly no secret that Trump loves golf. In fact, he loves it so much, that he currently owns 17 golf courses — valued well over 300 million dollars. As of December 2016, he owned 3 courses in New York, 3 in Florida, 2 in New Jersey, 1 in California, 1 in North Carolina, 1 in Philadelphia, and 1 in Washington DC. Those are just his local investments. He also owns two courses in Scotland, where the sport was born, 2 in Dubai and 1 in Ireland. While not all of his courses are private, they are all luxurious.
5. Boeing 757- Price $35 Million
One Boeing 757 airplane, a Cessna 750 citation and three helicopters, Trump gets around like a baller. The Boeing has multiple bedrooms with pillows that have the family crest on them, while the master bedroom has an entertainment system and a master bath with a 24-karat gold sink. The plane has a main lounge, a dining room, and a private guest room. While the plane is older, Trump said that “Buying a 25-year-old 757 is like buying a bag of Cheetos. It’s a lot of food for a low price.” You can see the plane in all of its glory on Trump’s own YouTube channel. Let’s not forget the gold plated seat belts. Trump customized the plane, as high rollers do, with a pair of Rolls-Royce engines. The media has said the plane may even be better than Air Force One! On the topic of the Boeing, Trump said that it was his “favorite toy” and that although he didn’t need it, it was “a great luxury to have.”
6. Mercedes Benz SLR Mclaren- Price $445,000
Obviously, this is not the most expensive thing Donald Trump owns, but we didn’t want to bore you with a list of skyscrapers that are basically all the same anyway. We assumed you would much rather hear about Trump’s luxury cars instead. Indeed, Trump’s wheels are pretty impressive. He owns at least five of the best, most expensive cars around, including this 2003 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. He’s also got a 1997 Lamborghini Diablo VT, a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Indianapolis 500 Pace Car and a couple of Rolls-Royces for good measure. When the McLaren was first introduced on the market, it came with a price tag of $445,000. Presumably, the car would be worthless now, but when Mercedes came out with this, it was one of the best of its time. It was a very powerful car, just like all of Trump’s toys.
7. Trump Organisation- Price $3.9 Billion
Trump’s primary net worth comes from his real estate ventures, which involve owning/operating, investing in and developing a variety of properties from private residences to commercial buildings like hotels, golf courses casinos. He was even in the wine business before he either sold or gave the property away to one of his sons. The Trump Organization has a number of other business ventures besides real estate that deserve a mention. For example, it has its own production company, which made The Apprentice possible. It even includes a modeling agency, Trump Model Management! Melania Trump was also once linked to the company before she married Trump. Then there’s all the retail side of the things, which has made products like Trump Steaks possible. Who knows where Trump will go next? The tanning business? Okay, we will stop with the tanning jokes, but they basically write themselves. Don’t hate us for it, we’re just having a little bit of fun.
8. Sikorsky S-76 Helicopter- Price $7 Million
This is no ordinary helicopter. Trump’s Sikorsky s-76 received an overhaul when he purchased the 7 million dollar chopper. It cost him nearly $750,000 to gut the interior and refurbish it Trump style. The inside is now outfitted with a 24 karat gold-plated seat belt handles and various other hardware. The Trump family crest is stamped in gold on the side tables and cabinets as well. There are four luxury leather chairs with plush compressed embroidered pillows for passengers to travel in style and comfort.
9. Mar-A-Lago Resort- Price $150 Million
This is where Trump spends some of his weekends, his vacation time and presumably where he gets his classic tan – at his 110,000 square foot private club in Palm Springs, Florida, some of the best-valued land in all of Florida. While Trump has other properties that are worth much more than this one, this one is a bit more interesting given that Trump spends a lot of time here. The mansion has 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms, and 126 rooms altogether. He originally bought it for a measly 5 million, meaning that Trump does seem to have some business skills now that the property is worth 150 million. While he used to live in it, he eventually turned it into a private club/resort. He also rents out rooms for private events. The initiation fee is currently $100,000 on top of $14,000 to be paid every year. You get oceanfront views, an oceanfront pool, a spa, fine dining, access to a golf course/tennis court and more. It is also where Trump married Melania, if you so cared.
10. Trump SoHo Hotel- Price $450 Million
Although it is run by Trump’s children Donald Jr and Ivanka, this yet again is another grand project of Donald Trump and is ranked as four and a half star hotel with outdoor pool deck complete with a waterfall, cabanas, and drinks from the Bar D’Eau.
11. Avenue of Americas Building – Price $409 Million
Of all of Donald Trump’s properties, 1290 Ave of Americas, filled with both retail ventures and offices, is worth the most. Trump owns 30% of this 2.31 billion dollar building. There’s nothing particularly remarkable about the place in and of itself, and it has been shrouded in legal trouble, but in case you were wondering what Trump’s most expensive property is, it is this – 1290 Ave of Americas, adjacent to the Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall. The skyscrapers that Trump owns or has a stake in are much the same, so that is precisely why we focused on his penthouse and vacation resort/club and more interesting properties. But, of course, we had to mention his most prized property.