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Trump Entertainment Resorts

Trump Entertainment Resorts, Inc. was a gambling and hospitality company. The company previously owned and operated the now-renamed Trump Taj Mahal, the now-demolished Trump Plaza, the demolished Trump World's Fair, the now-renamed Trump Marina, the now-renamed Trump Casino & Hotel in Gary, IN, and the now-renamed Trump 29. Formerly known as Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts, it was founded in 1995 by Donald Trump. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2004, 2009 and 2014. It became a subsidiary of Icahn Enterprises in 2016. Since then, all of the companies properties have been closed and sold.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is a casino and hotel on the Boardwalk, owned by Hard Rock International, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States.

The Trump Organization Businesses owned by Donald Trump

The Trump Organization is a group of about 500 business entities of which Donald Trump is the sole or principal owner. Around 250 of these entities use the Trump name. The organization was founded in 1923 by Donald Trump's paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Christ Trump, and his father, Fred Trump, as E. Trump & Son. Donald Trump began leading it in 1971, renamed it around 1973, and handed off its leadership to his children in 2017.

Trump Tower is a mixed-use skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan in New York City.

Resorts Casino Hotel Hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey

Resorts Casino Hotel is a hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Resorts was the first casino hotel in Atlantic City, becoming the first legal casino outside of Nevada in the United States, when it opened on May 26, 1978. The resort completed an expansion in 2004, adding the 27-story Rendezvous Tower, and underwent renovations in 2011, converting the resort to a Roaring Twenties theme.

Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino Former hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey

Trump Plaza was a hotel and casino on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, owned by Trump Entertainment Resorts. Designed by architect Martin Stern Jr., it operated from May 15, 1984 until September 16, 2014. The building was demolished via controlled implosion on February 17, 2021.

Trump Plaza (New Rochelle) High-rise building in New York state

Trump Plaza New Rochelle is a 40-story luxury residence located in downtown New Rochelle, New York. It was built by Cappelli Enterprises, the same developer that built Trump Tower at City Center in nearby White Plains. Trump Plaza was the tallest building in Westchester County and the tallest building between New York City and Albany until the completion of the 44-story, twin-towered Ritz-Carlton hotel in White Plains.

Der Scutt

Der Scutt was an American architect and designer of a number of major and notable buildings throughout New York City and the United States.

Trump Worlds Fair Hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey

Trump World's Fair at Trump Plaza was a hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey that occupied 280 feet of the Atlantic City boardwalk and was 21 floors in height. It had 500 guest rooms. It opened on April 14, 1981 as the Playboy Hotel and Casino, then changed its name in 1984 to Atlantis Hotel and Casino.

Trump Plaza (Jersey City)

Trump Plaza also known as Trump Plaza Residences, is the first of two apartment complex buildings to be built in Jersey City, New Jersey. Trump Plaza Residences is 532 ft tall (162 m) and has 55 floors, and is the 7th tallest residential building in New Jersey.

Trump Parc and Trump Parc East are two adjoining buildings located at the southwest corner of Central Park South and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. Trump Parc is a 38-story condominium building, and Trump Parc East is a 14-story apartment and condominium building.

Trump Bay Street is a 50-story apartment tower named after Donald Trump and located at 65 Bay Street in Jersey City, New Jersey. It is located adjacent to the Trump Plaza apartment tower, which was completed in 2008. A second Trump Plaza tower had initially been planned but was delayed, and the property for the proposed building was sold several times during the Great Recession.