Fred Trump
Real estate developer and businessman
Fred Trump
Frederick Christ "Fred" Trump was an American real estate developer. He was the father of Maryanne Trump Barry, Robert Trump, Elizabeth Trump Grau, Donald J. Trump and the late Fred Trump, Jr.
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Consejos de Donald Trump para hacer crecer una empresa - Alto Nivel
Google News - over 5 years
Por su parte, su padre, Fred Trump, aseguraba que: " (los) mejores negocios fueron hechos por mi hijo; todo lo que él toca se convierte en oro". Y al parecer no se equivocaba, ya que desde que este magnate entró al mundo de los bienes raíces,
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VIDEO TOUR: Donald Trump's Amazing $100 Million Boeing 757 - Peace FM Online
Google News - over 5 years
Trump is the fourth of five children of Fred Trump, a real-estate tycoon and developer based in New York City. Donald was inspired to follow his father into real-estate development,[6] and began working on projects for his father's real-estate firm
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On This Day in History: August 11 40 Years of Memories Up in Smoke - Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Google News - over 5 years
In 1955 the city bought the park property for $1.5 million from owner Fred Trump — yes, The Donald's dad — with plans to build apartment buildings. Six years later, in 1961, five 25-floor buildings were erected on the site and today are known as the
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Donald Trump: el hombre tras el mito - Hoymujer
Google News - over 5 years
Fred Trump se hizo con una fortuna comprando y vendiendo edificios en los distritos neoyorquinos de Queens y Brooklyn. Pero Donald aspiraba a más: quería el glamour de Manhattan, donde ha acabado poseyendo prácticamente cada esquina. Empezó en los 70,
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Seniors on the 'rise' - New York Post
Google News - over 5 years
This includes real estate tycoon Fred Trump's bid in the 1960s to build Miami Beach-style high-rises at the former Steeplechase Park site, and most recently, developer Joe Sitt's failed bid to build seaside condos in the amusement area
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Coney condos to move forward - YourNabe.com
Google News - over 5 years
Previous proposals to turn the People's Playgound into a luxury residential community were shot down, including the quest by real estate mogul Fred Trump, Donald Trump's father, to build Miami Beach-style high rises on the former Steeplechase Park site
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Where did the Donald come from? - Stuff.co.nz
Google News - almost 6 years
Trump, who today announced his decision not to run in the 2012 presidential election race, was born in Queens, New York, in 1946, the son of Fred Trump, a wealthy developer and founder of the Trump Organisation. According to a 2007 profile published in
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Donald Trump reveals his surprising health and haircare secrets - Examiner.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Donald has said he was turned off to drinking alcohol and smoking after the untimely death of his older brother, Fred Trump Jr. “I had this great brother who had everything going but he became an alcoholic," Trump recounted. "Ultimately, he died
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Donald Trump Depended on Federal Largesse to Build His Empire - The New American
Google News - almost 6 years
Trump's father, Fred Trump, staked his son to a $250 million estate thanks in large part to his contract to build housing in Brooklyn and Queens for middle-income families. These contracts were backed by government funds. Soon after embarking on his
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Trump "least racist" - Politico (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Trump was also the son of one of the wealthiest New York businessmen of the era, the developer Fred Trump. That certainly couldn't have hurt his admission chances. When 97% of all black voters vote for someone who has had zero experience in anything;
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Black Privilege - The Atlantic
Google News - almost 6 years
Trump was also the son of one of the wealthiest New York businessmen of the era, the developer Fred Trump. That certainly couldn't have hurt his admission chances. Blair also reports in her Trump biography that his grades at Fordham were merely
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The Fox News-ification of Donald Trump - Salon
Google News - almost 6 years
Trump was also the son of one of the wealthiest New York businessmen of the era, the developer Fred Trump. That certainly couldn't have hurt his admission chances. Blair also reports in her Trump biography that his grades at Fordham were merely
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10 Things You Didn't Know About Donald Trump - U.S. News & World Report
Google News - almost 6 years
Donald J. Trump was born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, NY, one of five children to Fred Trump, a real estate developer, and Mary MacLeod Trump, who had immigrated to the United States from Scotland. 2. Trump, who his father called "a pretty rough fellow
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One more argument: Trump and Obama - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The story goes that Fred Trump, Donald's dad and the Trump who was really a self-made man, made his real-estate fortune building mostly middle-class housing in Queens. Donald became president of the company in 1971, and it was 1973 when the government
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Donald Trump likely knows Gaelic language from his mother - Irish Central
Google News - almost 6 years
Mary Anne was born in the Hebrides in 1912 and moved to America where she met and married Fred trump, Donald's father. She brought Donald back to Scotland when he was very young. he has since visited with his sister "Mary Anne was born in the village
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Trump's Real Heir Concerns - Forbes (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
There was a time when the young Donald was an apprentice under his father, Fred Trump. In his article, The Real Apprentices (Forbes, 10/9/2006) Stephane Fitch informs that “Donald Trump learned the business from his father” and that he is “grooming the
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NYTimes - about 6 years
LAZARUS--Leonard, passed away Saturday, January 15, 2011 at his home in Manhattan. He was 100 years old. Born on January 21, 1910, Leonard lived and loved life for over a century. He nurtured and cherished all his colleagues, friends and loved ones. Leonard was a self-made man. He actively practiced law into his 90s. He was a bright lawyer with a
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NYTimes - about 6 years
LAZARUS--Leonard, passed away Saturday, January 15, 2011 at his home in Manhattan. He was 100 years old. Born on January 21, 1910, Leonard lived and loved life for over a century. He nurtured and cherished all his colleagues, friends and loved ones. Leonard was a self-made man. He actively practiced law into his 90s. He was a bright lawyer with a
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Fred Trump
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1999
    Age 93
    Trump suffered from Alzheimer's disease for six years before his death from pneumonia in June 1999, at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, in New Hyde Park, New York.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1905
    Born
    After marriage he emigrated again, settling down in Queens, where Fred Trump was born in 1905.
    More Details Hide Details Trump embarked on a career as an entrepreneur through real estate development, building, and operating affordable rental housing via large apartment complexes in New York City, including more than 27,000 low-income multifamily apartments and row houses in the neighborhoods of Coney Island, Bensonhurst, Sheepshead Bay, Flatbush, and Brighton Beach in Brooklyn and Flushing and Jamaica Estates in Queens.
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