As voters head to primaries and caucuses in 12 states today, BUILDER editors have tallied up our coverage of the one candidate with a background in residential construction: mega developer Donald Trump. We hope it makes Super Tuesday a little more enjoyable.
The Trump Effect: The Building Industry's Most Political Animals
These five builders, developers, and housing advocates have used their industry expertise to move into the political arena--much like "The Donald" hopes to do.
MFE on Trump
Over the last two decades Multifamily Executive has covered the Republican front runner's real estate business (and the businesses of those close to him). Check out these highlights.
This 2005 BUILDER story details the design and construction of the Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. Architect William Devereaux says the developer knew what type of look he wanted and what would sell.
What's In a Name?
Builders who think branding matters only when you're selling coffee, cars, and sneakers haven't been paying attention, says marketing expert Mark Stevens, who points to Trump's success with branding his buildings.