Here are 13 Trump properties that NY AG Letitia James can go after if he doesn't pay up

  • A Monday deadline looms for Trump to pay his NY fraud judgment, now worth more than $457 million.

  • The New York attorney general, Letitia James, can seek to sell Trump's properties if he doesn't pay.

  • Take a look at Trump's extensive real-estate portfolio across Manhattan and Westchester County.

In February, a Manhattan judge issued a $454 million judgment against Donald Trump — the civil penalty for a decade of fraudulent financial filings. The debt grows by $1 million in interest every nine days.

By Monday, Trump must pay New York what he owes, show he's secured an appeal bond, or declare bankruptcy. If he fails to do any of these three things, Trump's cash can be seized, and county sheriff's departments can auction off his real-estate stakes and physical properties, beginning with those in New York.

Here are the properties Trump could lose in a sheriff's sale.

Seven Springs

Aerial view of the Seven Springs mansion
Trump's Seven Springs estate is one of the largest privately owned properties in Westchester County, the Trump Organization website says.The Washington Post

On March 6, New York State Attorney General Letitia James registered the civil judgment in Westchester County, Bloomberg reported, allowing her to seek a county sheriff's sale of two properties Trump owns there.

One of those properties is Seven Springs, built in 1919 by Eugene Meyer, the publisher of The Washington Post. At more than 200 acres, it is one of the largest privately owned properties in Westchester County, the Trump Organization's website says. The Trump Organization purchased the estate in 1996.

No one is known to live at the property, making seizing it easier. Its net worth is $25 million, according to Forbes. Trump fraudulently claimed the estate was worth $291 million in financial filings from 2012, 2013, and 2014, the judge in the civil-fraud case found.

Westchester Golf Club

donald trump westchester golf club
The Trump National Golf Club Westchester in Briarcliff Manor, New York.REUTERS/Mike Segar

A golf club may be harder to turn into cash, but James could conceivably convert the golf club or the Seven Springs estate into publicly owned parks.

The club has been assessed locally at $15 million, but in seeking to lower his property taxes, Trump has claimed the club is worth as little as $1.4 million, The New York Times reported.

40 Wall Street

A crowd of New Yorkers walk past the gray facade of 40 Wall Street where "The Trump Building" is spelled out in gold letters
Trump owns a ground lease with a net value of $80 million at 40 Wall Street, also known as The Trump Building.Jeff Greenberg

James can see the north face of this 70-story Financial District skyscraper — also known as The Trump Building, as the gold lettering reads on its facade — from her offices a block away.

So it was no surprise that she specifically mentioned the building when she told ABC in February that she would seize Trump's assets if he defaulted.

"We are prepared to make sure that the judgment is paid to New Yorkers, and yes, I look at 40 Wall Street each and every day."

Trump does not own the building outright. Instead, he owns what's known as a ground lease, which has allowed him to develop the property and collect commercial rents. The ground lease has a net worth of $80 million, Forbes reported.

Trump Tower Triplex Apartment

Trump penthouse
Trump with Shinzo Abe of Japan.Shealah Craighead/White House Archives

This is the GOP frontrunner's Manhattan home, towering above Fifth Avenue in Midtown. Trump claims his penthouse is on the 66th through 68th floors — but the tower has only 58. Trump has fraudulently claimed the penthouse is worth as much as $327 million. New York officials said he more than tripled its actual worth, which Forbes now sets at a far more conservative $52 million.

Trump Tower Commercial Space

A man holds a "Trump 2024" flag in front of the gold-plated glass facade of the Trump Tower lobby
Trump Tower opened in 1983.NurPhoto

Trump does not own the building, which is filled with luxury residential condominiums and office and retail space. Forbes estimates the net value of Trump's office and retail holdings for this building at $56 million.

1290 Avenue of the Americas

1290 avenue of the americas vornado
The entrance to 1290 Avenue of the Americas. Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Trump owns a 30% stake in the office and retail of this Midtown skyscraper, at a net value of $287 million, Forbes reported.

Trump World Tower

Skyline including the Trump World Tower, the Chrysler Building, and the Empire State Building
Trump World Tower is steps away from the United Nations.Alan Schein

Trump's commercial, garage, and a portion of the residential holdings on this building have a net worth of $19 million, Forbes reported.

Trump Park Avenue

Trump Park Avenue facade faces a busy New York City street
Trump Park Avenue is 32 stories high.AP Photo/Frank Franklin II

Trump owns 17 condos and some retail space worth $101 million in this building, Forbes reported. Trump has fraudulently claimed his interests in the property were worth as much as $350 million.

Trump Park Avenue, formerly the Hotel Delmonico, is where Bob Dylan met The Beatles for the first time, The Guardian reported.

6 East 57th Street

E. 57th Street
When a fire broke out at Tiffany & Co. flagship store, the jewelry store relocated to Trump's property at 6 East 57th Street.Lokman Vural Elibol/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Trump owns two retail leases on this building with a net value of $99 million, Forbes reported.

Trump Plaza

The gold-plated entrance of the Trump Plaza looking upwards to the 36-story skyline
The Trump Plaza on the Upper East Side opened in 1984.UCG

Trump's net holdings in this namesake-branded building are limited to co-op units and retail and garage space with a net worth of $18 million, Forbes estimates.

Trump Parc

The gold-roofed skyline of the Trump Parc building
Trump Parc is on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade route.DEA / L. ROMANO

Forbes sets the net worth of Trump's condo, garage, and a portion of retail holdings at $28 million.

Trump International Hotel & Tower

A silver globe fixture rests in front of the Trump International Hotel & Tower skyline
Trump International Hotel & Tower is in Columbus Circle, on the southwest edge of Central Park.Joe Sohm/Visions of America

Trump's retail, garage, and a portion of residential holdings have a net worth of $4 million, according to Forbes.

Trump Palace

A 1990's photograph of Donald Trump showing off an all-white kitchen in the new Trump Palace apartments.
Donald Trump showed off a kitchen in his then-new apartment building, Trump Palace, in 1991.AP Photo/Marty Lederhandle

Trump has a very limited interest in this Upper East Side apartment complex. Forbes sets the net worth of his storage-unit holdings in this building at $1 million.

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