مؤسسة ترمپ

منظمة ترمپ
The Trump Organization
النوع شركة خاصة
الصناعة Conglomerate
تأسست 1923; 96 years ago (1923)
(بإسم إلزابث ترمپ وابنها[1])
المقر الرئيسي برج ترمپ، مدينة نيويورك
نطاق الخدمة جميع أنحاء العالم
أشخاص رئيسيون
الخدمات
المالك دونالد ترمپ (100%)
الموقع الإلكتروني trump.com

منظمة ترمپ The Trump Organization ‏(سابقاً: إلزابث ترمپ وابنها Elizabeth Trump & Son‏) هي is an American privately owned international conglomerate based in Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It comprises President-elect Donald Trump's business ventures and investments. Trump serves as chairman and president,[5] a position he has said he will relinquish before taking office, handing over management of the company to his three eldest children Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, and Eric Trump, who currently serve as executive vice presidents.[6]

The Trump Organization has interests in real estate development, investing, brokerage, sales and marketing, and property management. The company owns, operates, invests, and develops residential real estate, hotels, resorts, residential towers, and golf courses in different countries, as well as owning several hundred thousand square feet (several hectares) of prime Manhattan real estate. It lists involvement in 515 subsidiaries and entities with 264 of them bearing Trump's name and another 54 including his initials.[7][8][9][10] With investments within the United States and globally, The Trump Organization spans a wide variety of industries including real estate, construction, hospitality, entertainment, book and magazine publishing, media, model management, retail, financial services, board game development, food and beverages, business education, online travel, airlines, helicopter air services and beauty pageants.[7][11][12] It owns a New York television production company that produces television programs including the reality television program, The Apprentice.[13] The company also engages in retailing, having at various times sold fashion apparel, jewelry and accessories, books, home furnishings, lighting products, bath textiles and accessories, bedding, home fragrance products, small leather goods, barware, steaks, chocolate bars, and bottled spring water.[14]

The Trump Organization has divested a number of properties that continue to bear the Trump name even though Trump no longer owns them. For example, in February 2016, it sold its stake in Trump Entertainment Resorts, which owns the Trump Taj Mahal, the Trump Plaza, and the Trump Marina casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey.[15]

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المنظمة

The Trump Organization is the collective name of approximately 500 business entities of which Donald Trump is the sole or principal owner.[16] Donald Trump serves as chairman and President. His three adult children and three unrelated employees serve as key executives.[17]


تاريخ

التأسيس والنشأة

An early logotype of the Trump Organization, as it appeared in 1976 correspondence from Donald Trump to the Penn Central Transportation Company.

Elizabeth Christ Trump, grandmother of Donald Trump, founded Elizabeth Trump & Son in 1923 with her son Fred Trump who was 18 at the time.[18][19][20] Elizabeth and her husband Frederick Trump had moved to the borough of Queens in 1906 where her husband began developing real estate. In 1918, however, he died of influenza leaving an estate valued at $31,359 ($492,016 in 2016 dollars)[21]

الأملاك العقارية

Map highlights countries with properties that are either owned or licensed by the Trump Organization as of December 2016.[22][23]


عقارات مكتملة


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ساحات تزلج

ملاعب گولف

Trump earned at least $176.4 million from 15 golf courses in Scotland, Ireland and across the Eastern Seaboard – about 41 percent of the low-end estimate of his income since 2015.[24]

الولايات المتحدة

Trump National Golf Club في لوس أنجلس
Trump Turnberry golf course في اسكتلندا


عالمياً

اسكتلندا
دبي

On December 8, 2014, in conjunction with DAMAC Properties the company announced the Trump World Golf Club, Dubai.[25][26]


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Real estate licensing

Trump International Hotel at Las Vegas

Many developers pay Donald Trump to market their properties and be the public face for their projects.[27] For that reason, Trump does not own many of the buildings that display his name.[27] According to Forbes, this portion of Trump's empire, actually run by his children, has valuation of $562 million. According to Forbes, there were 33 licensing projects under development including seven "condo hotels" (i.e. The seven Trump International Hotel and Tower developments). Trump has generated more than $74 million in real estate licensing deals and has $823.3 million worth of real estate in joint ventures.[28]

  • منهاتن:
    • Trump Palace: 200 East 69th Street, New York, NY.
    • Trump Parc and Trump Parc East: Two adjoining buildings on Central Park South on the southwest corner of The Avenue of the Americas. Trump Parc East is a 14-story apartment building and Trump Parc (the former Barbizon Plaza Hotel) is a 38-story condominium building.
    • Trump Plaza: 167 East 61st Street, New York, NY (39-story, Y-shaped plan condominium building on the Upper East Side)
    • 610 Park Avenue (Old Mayfair Hotel): Trump is helping with the construction and development of this property for Colony Capital.
    • Trump SoHo: Hotel Condominium: A partnership with Bayrock Group to build a 42-story building in Soho.
  • ضواحي مدينة نيويورك:
    • Trump Bay Street: A planned 447-unit rental apartment building in Jersey City with the real estate development company, Kushner Properties and The KABR Group.[29]
    • Trump Plaza: The project planned New Jersey's two tallest residential towers. Tower 2, went broke and was cancelled.[30]
    • Trump Plaza: A 39-story luxury residence and hotel with retail space in Westchester County, NY with developer Louis R. Cappelli.
    • Trump Tower at City Center: A 35-story condominium apartment building built in Westchester County, New York with developer Louis R. Cappelli.
    • Trump Park Stamford: A development in Stamford, Connecticut with F. D. Rich Company and Louis R. Cappelli.
    • Trump Park Residences: A development in Shrub Oak, NY with Louis Cappelli.
  • فلوريدا:
    • Trump International Hotel and Tower Fort Lauderdale: Anticipated completion was 2007. Having defaulted on a $139 million loan, the building was faced with foreclosure.[31] In November 2010, Trump announced he was no longer affiliated with the project.[32]
    • Trump Towers Sunny Isles Beach (Sunny Isles Beach, Florida): An oceanfront condominium development consisting of three 271-unit towers with developer Dezer Properties.
    • Trump Grande Ocean Resort and Residences: A three-building oceanfront enclave consisting of the Trump International Beach Resort and two residential condominium towers, the Trump Palace and Trump Royale, with developer Dezer Properties.
    • Trump Hollywood: A 40-story building on Hollywood Beach, Florida with Jorge M. Pérez.
    • Trump Tampa Bay: Cancelled project
  • مدن أمريكية أخرى:
  • عالمياً:
    • Elite Tower, Ramat Gan, Israel was a planned commercial real estate development slated to be the tallest building in Israel. Called the Trump Plaza Tower, Trump shelved the plans in 2007, when the site was sold on to Azorim for NIS 306.5 million.[37][38] Trump purchased the site for $44 million.[39]
    • Trump International Hotel & Tower Lido Lake, West Java, Indonesia. Trump Hotels will be involved with the 700-hectare Lido Lake development, 1 hour from Bandung, Indonesia including a six-star luxury resort, 18-hole signature Ernie Els championship golf course, elite Lifestyle Country Club & Spa as well as a high-end residential offering including luxury villas and condominiums. The project will be the first of its kind in Asia and the first in Islam-majority country.[40]
    • Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver, Vancouver. A skyscraper under construction in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The 63-story, 188-metre-high (617 ft), mixed-use tower will be located at 1133 West Georgia Street, and is scheduled to be completed in 2016. Trump Vancouver will be the second tallest building in the city, after the Shangri-La tower located across West Georgia Street.
    • Trump Towers Istanbul, Istanbul[41]

ممتلكات في الأسواق المالية

The Trump Organization also houses Trump's personal financial market investment portfolio as a portion of Trump's wealth is concentrated in the financial and commodities markets.[43][44][45]

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