The Examiner.com commented on an interview real estate tycoon Donald Trump had with the Wall Street Journal. Trump told WSJ that he is interested in the troubled Yellowstone Club in Montana. He may get that place for a bargain. The private resort filed for bankruptcy last November and deep in debt.
Hatched in 2000, plans for the private, ultra-exclusive Yellowstone Club included 864 homes, private skiing terrain bigger than Aspen and Telluride and a golf course designed by Tom Weiskopf. Membership is by invitation only and ownership of real estate is required. Bill Gates and former Vice President Dan Quayle are on the member roster. Home site parcels are listed at $2.25 million and condos and other residences are listed between $3.5 million to $6 million.
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