US-based Trump Organization vice president Donald Trump Jr., son of former US President Donald Trump Jr., is due to visit India this month, announcing expansion in the Indian real estate market. There is likely to be.
New York-based The Trump Organization has entered the Indian real estate market through a partnership with Mumbai-based Tribeca Developers.
The US company and Tribeca are partnering with local developers, including the Lodha Group, to build luxury projects under the ‘Trump’ brand. So far he has four gorgeous projects announced, one of which has already been completed in Pune.
“Donald Trump Jr. will be coming to India this month on the occasion of Tribeca Developer’s 10th anniversary,” Tribeca Developer said in a statement.
During the visit, Donald Trump Jr. and Tribeca Developers founder Kalpesh Mehta are likely to announce plans to expand operations in the country, he added.
“Tribeca’s business partnership with the Trump Organization dates back a decade and has strengthened over the years. Our 10th anniversary celebration would not have been complete without Donald Trump Jr. We are very happy that he will join us.
“During this visit, we will also announce our expansion plans with the Trump Organization and other significant developments,” he added.
There are currently four Trump projects in India. Trump Tower Delhi NCR, Trump Tower Kolkata, Trump Tower Pune and Trump Tower Mumbai.
In India, the Trump Organization has already completed a luxury project in Pune in partnership with Panchsil Realty.
It partnered with Lodha Group in 2014 on a residential project in Mumbai that is currently under construction.
Trump Tower, a collection of 140 ultra-luxury apartments, was launched in Kolkata in November 2017 and was developed by Unimark Group, RDB Group and Tribeca Developers.
Launched in 2018, the fourth residential project in Gurugram, Haryana is being developed by real estate firm M3M.
Besides Trump Towers, Tribeca has partnered with other builders to independently develop several projects.
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