NYC Living

Ivanka Trump's Starter Condo Hits Market for $4.1M

Ivanka Trump’s little-ish, luxury condo at Trump Park Avenue is part of the plans for the big move to Washington D.C. The 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment has been listed for sale for $4.1 million.

Ivanka Trump living room

The daughter of Donald Trump, who’s aiming to take his show to the White House on January 20th, bought the 6th-floor unit in 2004 for $1,527,370. The condo is 1,549 square feet and sports some variations on a robin’s egg blue theme.

Ivanka Trump living room dining room

The place was on the market in 2011 for $2.95 million, but did not sell. In the meantime, it looks like a $10 transaction last November transferred Ivanka’s ownership to a trust.

Ivanka Trump living room den

Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, own a $16 million penthouse, also at 502 Park Avenue. They bought that unit in 2011 and allowed the 4-bedroom, 4,200-square-foot penthouse to be featured in Elle Decor in 2012. The couple are raising their three kids there, but not for long. With what looks like an unprecedented move with Ivanka reportedly getting an office in the White House while Melania Trump stays behind in New York, Ivanka and Kushner were reportedly house hunting in D.C.

Ivanka Trump kitchen

Luxury Listings was the first to report this latest, little real estate machination from Trump world. Not sure when the last time anyone set foot in the place, but, the move to list now coincides with a hail storm of news and developments as Ivanka’s father continues to turn heads and upset norms en route to becoming the 45th president of the United States of America. And she’s going along for the ride.

Ivanka Trump bedroom


Laura Vecsey

Laura Vecsey is a former sports columnist, news reporter and politics writer and has worked for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Baltimore Sun, Albany (N.Y.) Times-Union and Harrisburg Patriot-News. She was also a regional editor with She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.

  • pyewacket212

    if I read this correctly, the apartment was on the market at a lower price, and now that the family seems to be moving to DC they have put it back on the market, after it has sat vacant, and they are asking more money. Ok, I don’t want to start this off with name calling and pointing out the obvious, but she is her father’s daughter. It could be one of the more stupid ideas in NYC. Gee, if it won’t sell cheap, lt’s make it more expensive so even less people will be interested. This is not a popular family that sells via their name, at least not in NY. People here have brains. She should have taken a look at what other Trump properties are going for before pricing a not very special apartment. According to a column in the Real Estate section of the Times, apartments at the Riverside apartment buildings, that I was told he sold and it only has his name and golden insignia left are sort of being sold at fire sales. The one couple who were trying to sell had been told to cut their asking price in half and then they might get an offer, or even someone to look at it. This complex as all the necessities anyone could want and it still won’t sell. Why does Ivanka think her father’s name will sell this apartment. Her clothing isn’t even selling and is being rated horribly, maybe she should get an intermediary to use to sell anything for her in the future. The Trump name hold no glitter in NY and never will.

    • Cleobis

      They tried selling it in 2011. It is 2017 now. Prices went up.