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As executive vice president of development and acquisitions for The Trump Organization, Donald Trump Jr. is at the forefront of today's young businessmen, thanks to his extensive real estate development experience, rigorous education, and inherent business sense.

After joining The Trump Organization in 2001, Donald Trump Jr. initially worked at Trump Place, a 17-building high-rise development along Manhattan's West Side. At Trump Place, Donald Trump Jr. participated in all facets of residential
Donald Trump Jr. in "The Apprentice"
Donald Trump Jr. The Apprentice
and commercial development including planning, design, construction, marketing, sales and leasing. From there Donald Trump Jr. went on to lead the development of Trump Park Avenue, an ultra-luxury residential condominium on Park Avenue at East 59th Street.

In 2003, Donald Trump Jr. was chosen to oversee the construction of Trump International Hotel & Tower, Chicago, a 2.6 million square-foot property along the Chicago River. The 90-story building will include 472 residential condominium units, 286 hotel condominium units, and four levels of retail space.

More recently, Donald Trump Jr. was named to oversee the development of Trump International Hotel & Tower, Las Vegas, a 64-story hotel condominium tower located on the Las Vegas strip. The development will feature 1,282 super-luxury hotel condominium units, as well as five-star restaurants and a full service spa. It is scheduled for completion in early 2008.

Donald Trump Jr. is also working on the development of Trump International Hotel & Tower, Fort Lauderdale. The 24-story building will feature 301 hotel condominium units overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The building – designed by the renowned firm of Michael Graves & Associates in partnership with Oscar I. Garcia, Architect – will feature a distinctive curvature design resembling a 1920's luxury cruise liner. The project is expected to be completed in 2007.

In 2005, The Trump Organization and Nakheel Co., LLC announced a partnership to invest and develop The Palm Trump International Hotel and Tower on the Palm Jumeirah island in Dubai, UAE. The Palm Trump International Hotel and Tower will pioneer The Trump Organization's hotel condominium concept in the region. In addition to approximately 800 hotel rooms, The Palm Trump International Hotel and Tower will feature the world's finest restaurants and boutiques along with an ultra-luxurious spa and health club. The younger Trump will handle the sales, marketing, and management responsibilities for the development.

Donald Trump Jr. received his bachelor's degree in finance and real estate from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania.

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How old is Donald Trump Jr.? Find out here.

Age: 37 years old
Birthday: December 31, 1977
Full Name / Real Name: Donald John Trump Jr.
Hometown: New York, NY
Wife: Vanessa Haydon

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