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Mumbai becomes Donald Trump's latest global target

After launching in Dubai with Damac, New Yorker has teamed up with India's Lodha Group

Mumbai becomes Donald Trump's latest global target
Donald Trump. (Getty Images)

US property tycoon Donald Trump has unveiled Trump Towers Mumbai.

The first and only Trump project in the city has been launched in collaboration with Indian real estate developer Lodha Group.

Trump, who is chairman and president of The Trump Organisation, said: "It has been my desire for many years to be involved in a great project in Mumbai, and it is my honour to bring the Trump lifestyles to the citizens of this truly global metrolpolis with the launch of Trump Tower Mumbai. We are thrilled to be working with the Lodha Group, a truly fantastic team of professionals.”

Speaking at the launch, Abhishek Lodha – MD, Lodha Group, said: “Our collaboration on Trump Tower Mumbai not only raises the bar in every sense for luxury and services, but sets a new benchmark for luxury living in India – creating a tower that redefines the Mumbai skyline.”

Trump Tower Mumbai offers residents facilities such as a 24-hour resident manager and white-glove services, access to global Trump luxury properties and, for the first time in India, a fractional membership to private jet service exclusively for Trump residents.

The tower, with its crystal glass inspired architecture, will feature three- and four-bedroom residences with interiors designed by HBA Singapore – the world leading hospitality design firm.

The New York-based Trump Organisation is collaborating with Damac Properties on The Trump International Golf Course, Dubai and 104 exclusive Trump Estates villas and mansions in the Akoya by Damac master development.

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