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Golf courses, luxury hotels and commercial properties comprise just a small portion of the Trump Organization’s extensive Real Estate PortfolioWith heat from the presidential election still lingering, we thought it would be appropriate to take a look at some of the Trump-owned buildings you can find all over New York City. 

10. Trump International Hotel & Tower, 1 Central Park W

Although the Trump International Hotel & Tower is owned by the General Electric Pension Trust, it is the flagship property of Trump’s Hotel Collection. The 52-story high-rise building, located on Columbus Circle, was originally known as the Gulf and Western Building and intended to be used as office space before Trump sought to convert it into a hotel. Between 1995 and 1997, the building was stripped and redesigned with a new facade. Today, it encompasses 167 guest rooms and suites, a three-start Michelin rated restaurant, Jean Georges, and a spa, among a number of other amenities.