Building materials, the Trump Organization said, were slated to be used in a new project for the Trump Golf Club.
The Trump National Gabley Golf Club will be the home of the Trump Turnberry Golf Course in Scotland, the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.
The project, a $7.5 billion, two-tower project, will have a total cost of about $8 billion.
The resort is the largest project in the U.K. to be built by the Trump brand and has become one of the most sought-after properties in the country, attracting celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The company said that the golf course, which is expected to open in 2019, will include a clubhouse, clubhouse restaurant, two hotel rooms, shops, a clubhouse bar and the clubhouse offices, according to a press release.
The golf course will also have a hotel in the resort, with rooms costing between $150,000 and $225,000 per night, the company said.
The development will be located in the historic town of Fylde in the Borders region, which has been dubbed the “Golden Triangle” by the U of A and is home to the Scottish golf association.
“This project will transform Fylda into the UK’s first golf club to be fully converted to a residential and hotel development,” Trump Organization UK chief executive Patrick Bracken said in a statement.
“The project will be built on a 3,000 square foot site, with an existing heritage building site at the site.
The first building will have access to the Golf Course and its clubhouse and a large clubhouse, restaurant, bar and other retail space.
The building is designed by UK-based architects, Lark & Partners, and will include an exclusive clubroom area and a spa and pool.”
The project is expected for completion in 2021, according the press release, with the new site being completed by 2024.
“Building materials and finished products for golf courses are always a challenge, but it’s great to see the Trump family is working with us to bring a sustainable development to Fylde, a unique and beautiful part of Scotland,” Brackens UK chief operating officer Richard Mackey said in the release.
“We’re pleased to see our partner in the project, LARK, bringing their expertise to the project.”