The last of their moving trucks departed the now-vacant property in the Kalorama neighborhood of DC Thursday. Trump’s and Kushner’s items are scheduled to be delivered to Miami, said a source with information on where the trucks were headed.
CNN reached out to a representative for Ivanka Trump and has not immediately received a response.
Rents at The Arte, which is noted for its triangular shape, hover in the $40,000-per-month range and units typically sell for between $7 and 15 million.
“(Indian Creek Island) is one of Miami’s most private and sought after neighborhoods, frequented by high net-worth individuals seeking privacy,” said Dora Puig, who has during her career sold more than $3 billion worth of real estate and is the owner of a luxury boutique brokerage in the area. (Puig was not involved in the sale or purchase of the Trump-Kushner transaction.)
Puig said the extreme security measures at Indian Creek enjoyed by residents is one of the main reasons wealthy people are willing to pay into the tens of millions for a piece of land and views of the water surrounding it, waters monitored around the clock by armed private security.
Mar-a-Lago, which is about an hour’s drive from Indian Creek, is not a viable option for the Trump-Kushners to set permanent roots, mainly because it is a club with paying members and very little in the way of privacy — perfect environs for her attention-loving father.
Trump and Kushner, their three young children and two live-in nannies resided in the Kalorama rental during their tenure working as senior advisers in the White House.