- Eric Trump and Donald TrumpJr., celebrated the opening of a new clubhouse at the Trump Ferry Point golf course in the Bronx on Monday.
- The hope is that the new clubhouse will help attract more visitors.
- The course took 14 years of development. It was built on a landfill that closed in 1963.
BRONX, New York — President Donald Trump's adult sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., celebrated the opening of a new clubhouse at the Trump Ferry Point golf course in the Bronx on Monday.
The course was opened to the public in 2015, and it was designed by legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus.
Trump Ferry Point was built on a former garbage dump and took years for the city, which entered into a public-private partnership with Trump to operate and help complete the course, to finish. Bloomberg reported the course cost $269 million to build.
Prior to its opening, Business Insider's Jay Yarow and Tony Manfred tested it out.
Yarow loved the course and said it was better than any other public venue in New York City.
Jay Yarow contributed to this story.
The new clubhouse at Trump Ferry Point was unveiled on Monday. Eric Trump noted at a ribbon-cutting ceremony that the building was finished well ahead of schedule. It will open to the public in July.
At the front of the clubhouse is the store, which features a variety of golf supplies and clothing.
There's also a large open space in the center of the building, aimed at catering to large events. After the ceremony, guests roamed around checking out the new digs.
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