Donald Trump has bought more than two dozen villas on the Westgate Las Vegas resort, including one at the famed resort’s signature golf course.
The presumptive GOP presidential candidate purchased three luxury villa complexes, including the two at the Westside’s signature resort, and two luxury villae.
“These are luxury properties that Donald Trump owns,” Trump’s campaign said in a statement announcing the purchases.
The Trump campaign also noted that the property at the resort’s Westgate Casino Resort is located next door to a Trump International Hotel.
The former president also owns three properties in Florida, two of which are on land in his Florida estate, The Palm Beach Post reported.
Trump’s Westside properties are located on properties that are owned by the Trump Organization and the Trump National Golf Club, as well as the Trump International Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
The Westgate Villas Trump bought in December 2013 and February 2016 are located next to the Trump properties at Westside, the Trump Organisation’s private golf course, and the golf course’s clubhouse, the Palm Beach Daily News reported.
A new villa complex that Trump purchased in January 2017 is also next door at Westwood Golf Club.
“He owns a property in Florida and he owns properties in Westwood, New York and New Jersey, so I think we’re going to be talking a lot about that in the next couple of weeks,” Trump said in January at a press conference at the New York hotel where he was meeting with local leaders to discuss his bid for the presidency.
In February 2016, Trump bought the Trump Villas at a cost of $4.9 million, which were located on property that was also owned by The Trump Organization, according to the Palm Beaches Daily News.
The property is located near a water park, Trump has said.
The new villas are the second luxury villages that Trump has purchased, following a purchase of a villa in October 2017 for $4 million.
Trump has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to buy and renovate the property, which was built in 1926 and is the site of the now-defunct Trump International Hotels & Casino Resorts.
He bought it in 2008 after the company’s owner, Howard Stern, left to become the owner of Stern Enterprises.
In June, Trump purchased a villagetown on the site that houses his golf course and the hotel, which is located at the corner of Tropicana Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard.