Many SoulCycle and Equinox members have been grappling with the recent news that the gyms' owner, billionaire Stephen Ross, is hosting a fundraiser for President Donald Trump in Southampton, Long Island. But Ross, better known as the chairman of the Related Cos. real estate empire, is by no means the only affluent New Yorker to support the president’s reelection campaign.

According to federal election filings in this election cycle, wealthy residents from across the state contributed around $11 million dollars to the Trump Victory PAC, a joint fundraising committee for Trump’s reelection and the Republican National Committee. That amount represents about 16 percent of all donations to the fund this election cycle, revealing how support for Trump’s re-election stems from even true-blue New York. Of course, that shouldn’t come as a surprise: the state, and the city in particular, is home to a lot of billionaires here who’ve reaped the benefits of President Trump’s tax cuts and other policies favorable to the ultra-rich.

Here are the top five New York City donors fueling President’s Trump’s reelection through the Trump Victory PAC, according to Federal Election filings. They include include luxury housing developers, a private equity investor, and the owner of the iconic Jeans company Jordache.

Jets Owner Robert “Woody” Johnson

Long-time Trump booster Woody Johnson and his wife Suzanne have donated $720,000 to Trump Victory. Of course, Johnson’s connection to Trump is well known. The heir to the Johnson & Johnson empire had also pitched in more than $1 million to Trump’s election and inaugural funds during the 2016 election cycle, and was subsequently tapped to become the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, a position he still serves in. They list their address at the Trump International Hotel and Tower at Columbus Circle. In addition, this election cycle the couple has donated $318,000 to the Republican National Committee and an additional $5,600 to Trump’s actual campaign fund, adding up to over $1 million for the president’s re-election. The US Embassy didn’t return a request for comment right away.

Stephen Rosenberg, Greystone

Stephen Rosenberg heads Greystone, a luxury property developer and manager behind projects like The Ludlow on the Lower East Side and The Marbury on the Upper West Side. The firm also builds affordable housing and senior residences, according to their website. Rosenberg donated $360,600 to Trump Victory PAC and an additional $106,500 to the Republican National Committee directly in May, federal election filings show. When Rosenberg was interviewed by Bisnow earlier this year, he was asked: “If you could sit down with President Donald Trump, what would you say?” His answer: “I would say, ‘Really?’” A spokeswoman for Greystone declined to comment.

Steven Witkoff, Witkoff Group

Luxury housing developer Steven Witkoff of the Witkoff Group donated $355,000 to Trump Victory PAC in March. Construction on his glassy 64-story luxury residential tower in TriBeCa finished last year, where apartments range from $2 million to $40 million, according to StreetEasy. Witkoff is also the owner of the historic Woolworth Building. He recently bemoaned the soaring land and construction costs in New York City, the Real Deal reported, adding he had set his sights on Florida and Las Vegas, where he could get more bang for his buck. In addition he has given $300,000 to the Republican National Committee over the past 18 months. The Witkoff Group hasn’t returned a request for comment.

Stephen Schwarzman, Blackstone Group

Financier Stephen Schwarzman, who heads the private equity firm Blackstone Group (lead owner of Stuyvestant Town), has donated $344,000 to Trump Victory. Worth $17.2 billion according to Forbes, he briefly served as an advisor to President Trump after his election in 2016. He’s also known for his philanthropy: In 2008, New York Public Library renamed their central branch after Schwarzman following his $100 million donation. He once likened former President Barack Obama’s tax policies to a Nazi invasion (though he apologized). The Blackstone Group didn’t return a request for comment.

Joseph Nakash, Jordache Enterprises

One of the three brothers to start the jeans company Jordache from a Bushwick warehouse in the 1970s, the rags-to-riches Joseph Nakash donated $250,000 to Trump Victory PAC in May. Beyond jeans, Jordache Enterprises owns luxury hotels in Israel, property in New York (including the Venice Marina on the South Brooklyn waterfront) and other clothing brands, including XOXO. Their website also lists investments in Uber, Juno, and several other tech companies. A spokesman for Jordache Enterprises declined to comment.

Other Big Trump Spenders You Might Know

Though they didn’t make the top five, are a few other big local donors to the Trump Victory PAC you may have heard of: John Castimatides, radio host of Cats Roundtable and owner of Red Apple Group (i.e. Gristedes Supermarkets) has donated $100,000. Steven Roth of Vornado Realty, which owns property around Penn Station, has given $200,000. Neither returned requests for comment.

And though he lists his home address as Oyster Bay, Long Island, James Dolan, owner of Madison Square Garden, the New York Knicks, New York Rangers and Radio City Music Hall, contributed $125,000 to Trump Victory in 2017. Kimberly Kerns, a spokeswoman for Madison Square Garden said, “Mr. Dolan has been friends with President Trump for 20 years and his contributions are a matter of public record.”