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DC's famed Post Office to be hotel
Prices are 9.51 cents lower than a year ago and are at the lowest level since March 21, the survey showed.
Trump Breaks Ground on Meetings Hotel in D.C.
Donald Trump has broken ground on his newest hotel, Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C., The Trump Organization announced this week.
Groundbreaking For Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C.
This morning, Donald J. Trump, president and chairman of The Trump Organization, and Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump, executive vice presidents of development and acquisitions, broke ground on Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C., the company's $200 million redevelopment of The Old Post Office.
Trump: DC hotel will be among world's best
As for the White House, four blocks away? He's not saying. The real estate mogul and reality TV star was all business in his visit to the nation's capital Wednesday for a ceremonial groundbreaking outside the 115-year-old building - shaking hands, posing for pictures with gold-plated shovels and praising Democratic political leaders for their ... (more)
Donald Trump: Contempt for America won't help Ukraine relations
President Donald Trump would have handled United States-Ukraine relations differently, garnering the respect America deserves, the politically outspoken business mogul said on WTOP Tuesday.
Meetings And Conventions
Trump Collection to Exceed 30 Hotels by 2020
The Trump name might be synonymous with real estate and reality TV, but the company is hoping to extend that level of name recognition to its fast-growing luxury hotel brand.
Ivanka Trump shares snap of her daughter Arabella's first golf lesson
Arabella's first golf lesson! Proud mom Ivanka Trump shares a snap of her cute two-year-old daughter teeing off Ivanka Trump has been spending much of the summer so far bonding with her children - including teaching Arabella how to play golf.
The Real Deal
From left: Helena Durst, Samantha Rudin Earls and Ivanka Trump
Women, often at family-run companies, are increasingly being groomed for the top jobs in New York's real estate industry, the Wall Street Journal reports.