Donald Trump Has Big Plans For His Miami Resort

Donald Trump has some ideas in store for the Doral. This Miami-based destination is just one of his many properties and one of his many ventures. Since leaving office, he has moved to Mar-a-Lago and started up a blog, "From the Desk of Donald J Trump," as part of his website. (Per CNBC, he has since shut down the blog permanently.) He has apparently been planning a presidential run, as well as a social network that will "completely redefine the game." He is busy with several lawsuits (nearly 30 of them, as stated by Independent). And he started a media company that is merging with Digital World Acquisition Corp., according to Bloomberg.

Then, there is The Trump Organization, which owns properties around the world and has earned this former president hundreds of millions of dollars. Long before he stepped into the White House, he was known for his work in the real estate industry (via Celebrity Net Worth).

Luxury homes and retail/commercial space are part of Donald Trump's plan for the Doral

The Trump National Doral Miami was purchased by Donald Trump in 2012, as reported by Bloomberg. According to the resort's website, it boasts four championship golf courses, a 48,000-square-foot spa, Har-Tru tennis courts, a pool with private cabanas and a 125-foot slide, and a clubhouse with restaurants, shops, event spaces, and more.

After it opened in the 1960s, it was one of the most successful Trump properties (via In fact, when Trump was in office, it brought in over $70 million a year. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, though, that number decreased to below $50 million (via Bloomberg).

So what are Donald Trump's new plans for the Trump National Doral Miami? The first phase of construction includes creating 2,300 luxury homes as well as retail and commercial space. Additionally, Trump has said that "just spent millions of dollars" on the resort's most legendary golf course, named the Blue Monster.