Donald Trump announced plans this week for an expansion at Miami’s Trump National Doral resort.
“Will be applying for 2,300 units of luxury housing, retail, and commercial space in Phase 1 at Doral,” the former president said in a statement issued Monday.
Trump acquired the resort in 2012, buying it out of bankruptcy for $150 million, according to media reports at the time.
Monday’s statement said Trump had “just spent millions of dollars on the Blue Monster golf course.” Doral’s famed Blue Monster course hosted the PGA’s Doral Open from 1962-2006.
Trump National Doral features four golf courses, tennis courts, clubhouse, pool with 18 cabanas and a 125-foot slide, plus hotel rooms, dining options and more than 100,000 square feet of event space, the resort’s website says.
Trump’s statement did not elaborate on timing, details or projected cost of the resort expansion.