It appeared to be moving day for Jared and Ivanka on Thursday as packers were seen loading up two trucks outside their Washington DC home for their relocation to Miami.
The Kushners were nowhere to be seen as removal teams got to work carrying large boxes and expensive pieces of furniture out of the $5.5 million property in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood and into the waiting trucks.
Ivanka confirmed they were leaving Washington DC in a farewell message on Twitter on Tuesday – the same day sources revealed they had signed a one-year lease for a luxury condo in one of Miami’s most exclusive complexes.
The couple were pictured with their children and the rest of the Trump clan (minus Barron) on the tarmac at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland where the outgoing president gave his final public address before heading to Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, on Air Force One.
Ivanka was spotted crying as she listened to her father’s address but neither she nor Jared were seen boarding Air Force One afterward – despite their new temporary home also being in the Sunshine State.
It appeared to be moving day for Jared and Ivanka on Thursday as packers were seen loading up two trucks outside their Washington DC home for their relocation to Miami
A Peloton exercise bike is loaded into the back of one of the moving vans along with multiple boxes
An elaborate painted piece of furniture was brought out of the property that the Kushners called home the last few years
The Kushners were nowhere to be seen as removal teams got to work carrying large boxes and items of furniture into the waiting trucks
Secret Service members were then seen removing security fencing that had been put in place around the home while the then-First daughter lived there
It seems the Kushners have acquired a lot of stuff during their time in the nation’s capital as the vans seemed almost full to the brim with their possessions
A team of movers were seen lugging huge boxes of their belongings and everything from sofas to a Peloton exercise bike into the trucks to make the journey to the Kushners’ new home.
Ivanka and Jared splashed out on the $2,000 exercise bike back in 2017 when it was seen being carried into their six-bedroom DC townhouse.
Three men lifted a carefully wrapped large pristine white sofa into a truck while another man carried a black and gold floor lamp and matching side table down the steps of the townhouse.
Several pieces of furniture were wrapped in protective blue blankets but an ornate painted piece was spotted from the street.
It seems the Kushners have acquired a lot of stuff during their time in the nation’s capital as the vans seemed almost full to the brim with their possessions.
Some goods may be more suited than others to their new abode in a sunnier clime as a transparent plastic box full of winter boots was seen on the curb.
Some goods may be more suited than others to their new abode in a sunnier clime as a transparent plastic box full of winter boots was seen on the curb
Moving truck workers are carrying out boxes from Jared and Ivanka’s home in Washington DC Thursday
Three men lifted a carefully wrapped large pristine white sofa into the back of a truck outside their home
Another man carried a black and gold floor lamp and matching side table down the steps of the townhouse
A man carries two huge boxes on his back to one of the waiting trucks outside the home Jared and Ivanka and their three children lived in during Trump’s White House tenure
Security fencing is removed from outside their DC home in a sign the Kushners won’t be back
Crews also set up a work station outside where they seemed to be measuring and cutting wooden boards.
A Secret Service agent was in vicinity while the packing and loading was carried out in the absence of the Kushners.
Security fencing that had been put in place around the home while the then-First daughter lived there was also removed – a sign that they are gone from the home for good.
After everything was hauled off, the huge property lay empty. The open gates to the driveway gave way to a lonely basketball hoop.
The basement apartment where Secret Service personnel lived while on assignment for family also stood empty.
After everything was hauled off, the huge property lay empty. The open gates to the driveway gave way to a lonely basketball hoop
The basement apartment where Secret Service personnel lived while on assignment for family also stood empty
Moving truck workers are carrying out boxes from Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s house
Several pieces of furniture were wrapped in protective blue blankets. The Kushners were nowhere to be seen
A Secret Service agent was seen in vicinity while the packing and loading was carried out in the absence of the Kushners
Moving crews packing up and moving Jared and Ivanka’s belongings into trucks outside the DC home
Trump’s eldest daughter confirmed the Kushners would be leaving DC in a social media post Tuesday as the Trump clan all head off for a new life in Florida.
Ivanka wrote that she would be ‘leaving DC in awe of the compassion, grace and grit that exists across this nation’.
She also expressed support for President Joe Biden, wishing him, his wife Dr Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff ‘wisdom, courage and strength’.
‘It has been the honor of a lifetime to serve our nation as an Advisor to the President,’ Ivanka wrote.
‘I am so proud of what we have accomplished and excited for the future. I hope and believe America can move forward in a positive way, acknowledge our differences and find common ground.’
Jared and Ivanka have signed a one-year lease on a condominium in one of Miami’s most coveted oceanfront buildings, Arte Surfside, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Items are emptied from a garage where several wooden crates can be seen from the street in Washington DC
Removal men carry furniture and household goods down the steps and out of the home en route to the Kushners’ new home
Removal teams got to work carrying large boxes and items of furniture into the waiting trucks
A huge white sofa is navigated through the doorway and down the steps by several crew members
Security fencing is loaded into a trailer by workers after it was put there to protect the family
Secret Service members on assignment outside the property Thursday as items are packed and loaded
The apartment that was home to Secret Service members stands empty after the removal team has been
Black refuse sacks are loaded into the back of a trailer truck near the sprawling DC townhouse Thursday
A marble table is carefully placed in a van next to a glass and gold corner table by a worker wearing a face mask
It’s unclear how much Ivanka and Jared will be paying for the condo, but it’s safe to say it didn’t come cheap.
Arte is one of the most expensive complexes in the Surfside neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month.
Ivanka confirmed she and husband Jared are ‘leaving’ DC in a statement posted to Twitter on Tuesday
Its penthouse sold for $33million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York last month.
The 12-story dazzling pyramid-shaped complex overlooks the Atlantic and was designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio in 2019.
It boasts 16 units, ranging in size from 3,150 to 7,550 square feet with between three and five bedrooms. It’s unclear what size unit Ivanka and Jared will be settling into.
The units are outfitted with Roman travertine ceilings, European white oak floors, Poliform cabinetry, Italian marble countertops, Gaggenau appliances and expansive terraces wrapping around the perimeter. They also each have private temperature controlled parking spots and direct elevator entry with digital fingerprint recognition.
The building’s amenities are equally impressive, featuring a private rooftop tennis court, 75-foot heated indoor lap pool, sauna and steam room, meditation pond, fitness center, residents’ lounge, catering kitchen and children’s playroom.
It also has 24-hour security, but the WSJ source said Ivanka and Jared plan to bring in their own personal security detail as well.
The couple and their three children are said to be using the large, unfurnished unit as a temporary home while they build a more permanent one on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island for $31.8million late last year.
The island off the coast of Miami got the nickname ‘Billionaire Bunker’ because of the high-profile residents that have settled onto the island, including model Adriana Lima and billionaire businessman Carl Icahn of New York City.
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner with their children at Joint Air Base in Maryland on Wednesday morning as Ivanka’s father departed DC
The former senior presidential advisers have signed a one-year lease on a condominium in one of Miami’s most coveted oceanfront buildings, Arte Surfside (pictured), the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday
Arte Surfside, a dazzling pyramid-shaped complex overlooking the Atlantic, was designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio in 2019. Amenities include a private tennis court (pictured), 75-foot lap pool and catering kitchen
Each home on Indian Creek is built around the perimeter of the island to ensure that all residents have a waterfront view, while the middle is occupied with the luxurious Indian Creek Country Club and a 18-hole golf course.
Ivanka and Jared reportedly bought Lot 4 on the island, which previously belonged to singer Julio Iglesias, to build their new home. A listing for the plot of land measures it at 1.84 acres with 200 feet of private waterfront. Taxes are reportedly $427,000 a year.
The couple’s purchase of the land has sparked rumors that she plans to run for the US Senate in Florida in 2022 in the hopes of forging her own political career.
Jared’s brother, Joshua Kushner, and his model wife Karlie Kloss – who are expecting their first child – have also bought a home in Florida.
The rest of the Trump clan are also looking to relocate to Florida to join their father who returned to Mar-a-Lago Wednesday.
Newly engaged Tiffany is thought to be contemplating a move to the Sunshine State, as is the president’s eldest son Don Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.