Where does Ivanka Trump live?

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Ivanka Trump House: An Inside Look at the First Daughter’s D.C. Digs

Who is Ivanka Trump? Well, unless you’ve been quarantining in a remote bunker somewhere with no wifi (for years) you know that she’s the daughter of President Donald J. Trump. Ivanka Marie Trump is the second child of Donald Trump and his former wife, Ivana. In the past, she has served as Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization – a family-owned group that is made up of around 500 business entities owned by her father – worked as a judge on Trump’s reality television show “The Apprentice”, and now acts as a Senior Advisor to The President. One of the lesser-known facts about Ivanka, however, is that she is actually one of the richest members of her already filthy rich family – her net worth is estimated to be around $375 million as of 2020. That’s right, despite having an unpaid job at the White House (like she needs a government salary at this rate), this chick is loaded. If her eye-popping net worth isn’t enough to convince you of her insane wealth, though, maybe these Ivanka Trump house photos will give you some more insight on exactly how fat her bank account really is.

Where does Ivanka Trump live?
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Where Does Ivanka Trump Live?

Since her father’s election in 2016, Ivanka Trump has spent much of her time these days in her home in Washington DC – though she does still own a swanky pad in Manhattan that, despite her best efforts, she has been unable to part with. Keep reading for more on Ivanka Trump’s property portfolio!

Ivanka DC House

Built in 1923, this 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom mansion has played host to Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner since 2017; however, they don’t actually own the $5.5 million home and have actually been renting the place from Chilean billionaire Andronico Luksic for the not-so-cheap price of $15,000 a month. The mansion is located in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington D.C., which only 2 blocks away from the Obama family home.

The 7,000-square-foot Ivanka Trump home also features a spacious gourmet kitchen with a small eat-in dining space, a formal dining room for larger occasions, several sleek, black marble-faced fireplaces throughout the home, and a cozy patio lined with privacy hedges that is accessed from the living room via elegant French doors. The home’s master suite features a private terrace as well as an en-suite bathroom with a super spacious sauna shower and separate soaking tub. Other notable features include a 2-car garage and a staff apartment on the basement level of the mansion.

Where does Ivanka Trump live?
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Ivanka Trump House New York

Located on Park Avenue, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner purchased this 2-bedroom, 2-bath Manhattan home in 2004 for $1.527 million. Looking to spend more time in Washington, however, the couple decided to list the home in Dec of 2017 for $4.5 million or $15,000 a month to rent. Despite the unit’s curb appeal and posh design, the process of offloading this pricey piece of real estate proved difficult, even after cutting the rental price down to $10,000 a month. With no luck finding a buyer or tenant, Ivanka eventually removed the listing, and as of 2020, it appears she has yet to make a sale.

The 1,549 square foot digs feature spacious walk-in closets in both bedrooms as well as a luxurious en-suite bathroom in the master suite. Additionally, the apartment also features custom-stained hardwood floors, coffered ceilings, and a hand-painted mural in the foyer by Bob George Studio.

Where does Ivanka Trump live?
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Ivanka Trump Family

As is common knowledge among the public these days, Ivanka Trump is the daughter of Donald Trump, businessman-turned-reality star-turned president. Her mother is former Czech model and businesswoman Ivana Trump, who married Donald in 1977 and then divorced him in 1991. Her siblings are Eric, Donald Trump Jr. (Ivana is also their mom), Tiffany (Donald’s daughter with second wife Marla Maples), and her stepbrother Barron Trump (Donald’s son with current wife, First Lady Melania Trump). Her grandfather was Frederick Christ Trump, who worked as a real-estate developer in New York, constructing homes in Queens as well as apartments for the U.S. Navy. Much of the families’ wealth can be traced back to Frederick and his mother Elizabeth Christ Trump. More on Ivanka’s fam below!

Ivanka Trump Family
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Ivanka Trump Children

Ivanka Trump has 3 children – Arabella Rose Kushner (born 2011), Joseph Frederick Kushner (born 2013), and Theodore James Kushner (born 2016).

Ivanka Trump Husband

Ivanka Trump has been married to real estate developer and investor, Jared Corey Kushner, since 2009. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner began dating in 2005 but briefly split in 2008 due to Kushner’s parents objecting to the relationship. The pair eventually reconnected and would wed in Oct 2009. Kushner is the father of their 3 children and now serves as a senior advisor to father-in-law President Donald J. Trump.

Ivanka Trump Family
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Ivanka Trump Position White House

Ivanka’s employment at the White House was considered an unusual move by President Trump since Presidents usually don’t hire relatives to work in government positions due to a possible a conflict of interest. Despite the controversy, however, Ivanka was made one of the President’s senior advisors.

What does Ivanka Trump do?

So far, Ivanka has handled smaller issues for the White House, dodging involvement in many of the controversial moves that other members of the White House, as well as the President himself, have made in recent years. In fact, much of Ivanka’s work nowadays focus more on workforce development, economic empowerment for women, criminal justice reform, and the ongoing battle against human trafficking.

Additionally, she has worked with the administration on efforts to improve technical and career education, and was one of the creators of the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity initiative, which focuses on education, entrepreneurship, and breaking down cultural barriers that prevent women from making advancements in the workforce as well as financially.

Ivanka Trump Business

Prior to her White House position, Ivanka spent much of her time as a businesswoman – opening her first boutique for high-end jewelry in 2007. By 2010, she launched a fashion line consisting of everything from office footwear and sneakers to handbags that sold in Lord & Taylor, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Bloomingdales. She continued to oversee the brand throughout her father’s campaign but would go on to distance herself from the company and cease promoting her line due to backlash caused by the presidential election. After the line was dropped by several popular fashion retailers, Trump decided to step down as president of the company and the job instead went to longtime employee, Abigail Klem, in 2017. Some media outlets suggested that the brand being dropped by stores was due to her father’s politics, but market researchers found that sales for the brand had taken a 26% dip, suggesting that the choice was more due to a decline in sales.

In 2018, Ivanka announced that she would be shutting down her fashion business in order to focus on her political career. Despite the shutdown, however, Ivanka’s line of clothing and accessories continues to be distributed by the company’s licensing partners.

Ivanka Trump Business

Ivanka Trump Age

So, how old is Ivanka Trump? Ivanka Trump was born October 30, 1981, making her a Scorpio!

Ivanka Trump Education

Ivanka attended Manhattan’s Chapin School, an all-girls independent school, until making the switch to Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT, at age 15. Upon graduating from Choate in 2000, Trump went on to attend Georgetown University for 2 years before making the transfer to Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania – graduating cum laude with a bachelor’s in economics by 2004.

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