The biggest California leases are all getting more lucrative.
The state is spending $6.8 billion on leases this year alone, according to a report released by the California Office of Management and Budget on Wednesday.
That’s more than double the $3.3 billion it spent in 2016.
The largest deal is the $2.8 million lease on a gas station at the corner of Fifth and Alameda Streets.
It will be up for renewal in 2023.
The second largest deal in the lease deal is a $1.9 million agreement with Chevron for the Chevron Gas Station at the intersection of East Ninth and Broadway in Alameda.
It is scheduled to expire in 2021.
The third largest deal will be a $500,000 lease on the first floor of a hotel and restaurant at the Westin Hotel & Casino in Redwood City.
The hotel will be the first tenant to open in California after Trump signed an executive order to shut down the hotel in January.
The final big deal is for the lease on an empty lot in the Westwood area of Los Angeles, which the city is planning to sell for $5 million.
The city, which is owned by Trump’s family, has been considering the sale since Trump was elected president.