Renovations on Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s $24 million Miami mansion continue
Construction on Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s lavish $24 million waterfront mansion in Miami on the exclusive Indian Creek estate continues.
The couple purchased the six-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom property in the private and guarded Billionaire Bunker in April 2021.
Construction has been underway since at least February and has made great progress.
New photos show the construction process, revealing multiple structures on the waterfront property, including a two-story main house and what appears to be a single-story back house.
The two structures, which are parallel to each other, are separated by an empty backyard pool waiting to be finished.
Jared was spotted at the property on Wednesday strolling over a bridge in dark shorts, a gray t-shirt and a cap to shield his eyes from the sun.
Construction of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s $24 million mansions in Biscanyne Bay on Indian Creek estate continues
New windows have been placed at the back of the white country house, along with exterior wall lights hanging from the side of the balcony doors
Kushner was spotted walking across the island’s bridge – which is the only access point. To the right of the bridge you can see the family’s house upon entering
It’s unclear what the couple will have in the backyard, but it looks like a pool is coming in
A swimming pool will be built between the two structures. It is unclear what the structure of one floor will be
The crew that brought the couple’s dream home to life have made significant progress on the property
The couple’s new residence is close to the Indian Creek Country Club and the 18-hole golf course
Site workers work on the outside of the property, which now has a rectangular pond in the front garden, surrounded by newly planted shrubs and plants.
The exterior painted white house now features newly installed windows and exterior lighting hanging from the balcony doors to the waterfront.
Meanwhile, a dock that leads straight out to the bay seems almost ready for the couple and their three children to use when they move into the luxurious home.
It’s unclear what other features the couple will add to their home, but due to the appearance of the construction equipment, scattered materials, and the unlandscaped gardens, it may not be soon.
A rectangular pond can be seen from the front of the house, surrounded by newly planted plants and trees
A two-story structure and a one-story structure appear on the property. It is unclear what the single-storey structure will be used for
About 46 residents live on the private island with houses overlooking the bay
Field workers see progress on $24 million home
Home renovations continue as construction workers make progress to transform $24 million property
The couple’s purchase of the mansion comes months after the couple bought an empty two-acre parcel on the island for $32.3 million — near the end of former President Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential term.
The exclusive and private 300-acre island has been dubbed “Billionaire Bunker” because of the wealthy residents who live in the area, including supermodel Adriana Lima and retired soccer star Tom Brady.
The secure island has 34 houses, approximately 42 residents and its own police force of 13 who guard the single bridge to enter and exit the estate.
The island also has a 24-hour patrol to monitor the surrounding waters.
Indian Creek Village has its own 13-person police force to ensure the safety of all residents
The island has its own 24-hour patrol to keep an eye on the neighborhood
Before construction, the exterior of the house featured a resort-style pool, boat dock, and well-maintained yard.
Inside the residence was a grand staircase, gym, entertainment areas and more.
Every house on the island is built around its rim to give homeowners a view of the blue water. The center of the island is home to the Indian Creek Country Club and an 18-hole golf course.
Construction appears to have made significant progress since earlier this year, but it is unclear when it will be completed.
Property taxes on the estate are reported to be $427,000 per year.
The exclusive and private 300-acre island has been dubbed ‘Billionaire Bunker’ because the area is home to wealthy residents, including model Adriana Lima
Each house on the estate overlooks the waterfront bay
Workers make progress on new development of the house’s balcony overlooking the bay
A single-storey back house structure has a front row view of the bay
Each house has a dock in the backyard where ships can be moored for use
Delivery date of the house is still unclear, but it may not be ready soon
A map featuring the famous residents, including Carl Icahn, Tom Brady, and Eddie Lampert, who currently live on Indian Creek Island
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are pictured in 2019 when her father, Donald Trump, was president