Donald Trump and Mike Bloomberg are both billionaire tycoons with an eye for real estate. Here's a look at their personal holdings, from New York to Florida to the Caribbean.
- Both President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg own a lot of personal real estate.
- Both portfolios are estimated to be worth more than $100 million, but the former New York City mayor appears owns more homes than the president.
- Here's a look at their properties.
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These two own an impressive amount of personal real estate.Donald Trump's personal holdings include a $54 million penthouse in the New York City building named after him, and Mike Bloomberg's properties include a 5-story townhouse on New York's Upper East Side.Advertisement
Interestingly enough, both billionaires own properties in Westchester County, New York, as well as in Florida. However, when it comes to international warm-weather destinations, the two differ, with Trump owning a beachfront estate in St. Martin and Bloomberg spending his time in Bermuda.
Both portfolios are estimated to be worth more than $100 million, but the former New York City mayor appears to own more homes than the president. Bloomberg's portfolio consists of least 11 homes while Trump owns eight properties. (The Trump Organization is the owner of several properties closely associated with the president, such as the Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida.)Bloomberg's estimated net worth, on the other hand, far exceeds that of Trump. In fact, New York magazine reported that at $3.3 billion worth of donations in 2019, Bloomberg gave away a higher figure than Trump's entire estimated net worth of $3.1 billion.
Keep reading for a look at both of their real estate portfolios.
President Donald Trump is a real estate mogul. He is the founder of The Trump Organization, which owns and manages properties around the world. But when it comes to personal real estate, the president owns just eight properties.
Trump's priciest home is a $54 million penthouse in New York City, located in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue.Advertisement
Trump also owns a mansion in Westchester, New York, called Seven Springs.
Over in Sterling, Virginia, he owns two houses near the Trump National Golf Club in Washington, DC. According to Forbes, they are worth a collective $1.5 million.Advertisement
Trump also owns three homes in Palm Beach, Florida, that are worth a collective $36 million, according to Forbes.
According to Forbes, Trump owns a beachfront estate, known as Le Château des Palmiers, in St. Martin worth $13 million.Advertisement
Mike Bloomberg is worth an estimated $55.4 billion and has the most expansive real-estate portfolio of all the Democratic presidential candidates.
He primarily lives in New York City, where he owns a townhouse and multiple apartments.Advertisement
Bloomberg owns a home in the Hamptons which he bought for about $20 million in 2011.
Bloomberg also owns a waterfront home in Bermuda.Advertisement
In London, Bloomberg owns both a townhouse and an apartment.
Bloomberg owns a four-bedroom condo in Vail, Colorado, at Vail's Mountain Haus ski resort.Advertisement
He also owns two properties in Westchester County, New York.
Bloomberg owns a nearly 14,000-square-foot home in a popular wealthy enclave for equestrian enthusiasts in Wellington, Florida.Advertisement
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