After reportedly being ousted, along with the rest of the condo board, from 220 Riverside Blvd. (a Trump building) in 2006, the eldest Trump sold his apartment (most likely to a Brazilian model) for $1,845,500 and moved to the other side of Manhattan.
Trump, Jr. purchased two apartments at a non-Trump building known as the Sovereign in 2009, according to StreetEasy: 12B, for which he paid $1.5 million, and 12C, which set him back $1.125 million. We can only assume he combined both apartments to create a four-bedroom home, which he went on to expand when he added the D-line apartment to his holdings in 2014.
Donald Jr.’s younger brother — and his apartment — made headlines earlier this year when it was reported the U.S. Secret Service and FBI were investigating a letter containing white powder that was sent to the home. The note was threatening, but the contents turned out to be harmless. Eric paid $2,036,500 for a three-bedroom apartment at Trump Parc East in 2007. (He listed a third-floor apartment in the same building as his address on closing documents.)
He and his wife Lara reportedly split their time between the Central Park South building and a home in Westchester.
After they married, Ivanka and Jared Kushner lived in his former bachelor pad, a duplex at 21 Astor Place. (To convince her to move in, Kushner converted an upstairs office into a closet, he told the Wall Street Journal.) But in 2011, Kushner put the apartment on the market for $4.1 million, and the couple moved uptown to a four-bedroom penthouse at Trump Park Avenue, the erstwhile Delmonico Hotel on the corner of Park and 59th Street. It’s not exactly clear which penthouse is theirs, but a potential fit is a four-bedroom version that sold for $10.2 million in 2010.
Donald’s daughter with Marla Maples grew up with her mother outside Los Angeles in a five-bedroom Calabasas house that Maples sold for $2.2 million in 2013 after she relocated to New York City. Tiffany, an aspiring singer who was named after Tiffany & Co., recently graduated from Penn. We can only assume that wherever their new residence is, mother and daughter must miss the serenity of the Calabasas home’s “custom pool with built-in water slide and cascading spa” and the “swim-up bar with bar stools.”
The youngest member of the Trump clan still lives at home with father Donald and mother Melania. He’s had a whole floor of the family’s Trump Tower penthouse to himself since his birth in 2006. Gold abounds in the $100 million apartment, which also includes Carrera marble columns and a white marble fireplace. The Trump coat of arms announces the apartment’s ownership, and Barron has a mini Mercedes-Benz with a customized license plate.
Last week, a 10th-floor condominium at 225 Fifth Ave. in the NoMad neighborhood of New York City hit the market for $6 million. In the context of New York real estate, this was fairly unremarkable news, but it turns out the apartment was once the home of former first daughter Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky.
Since selling their three-bedroom condo for $4.75 million, Clinton and Mezvinsky moved around the corner to a 5,000-square-foot pad at 21 E. 26th St. that was originally listed for $10.5 million. Clinton and Mezvinsky paid $9.25 million when they bought the property through an LLC called Cafema in 2013. Not only was that $1.25 million less than the asking price, it’s also $750,000 less than other buyers in the building paid for nearly identical apartments.
The Whitman, as the 1924 building now calls itself, includes such amenities as “a key-locked elevator with private elevator landings,” “residents-only gym” and “a refrigerated package room.”