Rinks operated by the Trump Organization are notably lacking the Trump name this season.
The Trump Organization is considering a proposal to rebrand the building’s residential tower in an attempt to satisfy residents.
The home in Jamaica Estates sold to a Chinese investor in 2016
The condo owners at the building have been fighting for the name removal for quite some time now.
Donald Trump’s former campaign manager agreed to cooperate with Robert Mueller’s investigation into election meddling
Concessions that bear the Trump name have had declining attendance since the 2016 election
The duplex condo directly below Trump’s penthouse is on the market.
The development firm contends that political motives led the city to renege on tax breaks for the project.
Many New Yorkers rely on federal subsidies for low-income housing
200 Riverside Boulevard wants to get rid its ‘Trump Palace’ letters but the Trump Organization is holding firm.
New condos in luxury buildings sell for significantly more than Trump-branded properties
NYC public housing could see major cuts if the Trump administration’s proposed FY2019 budget is approved.
The condo board at 200 Riverside Boulevard has been looking to distance itself from the Trump brand for a while now.
The struggling hotel will part ways with the Trump brand.
The Trump real estate brand has been in decline in NYC since the presidential campaign got underway.
The former Trump campaign aide was indicted on 12 counts on Monday
Prosecutors in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office had been building a criminal case against them.
The two-bedroom at Trump Park Avenue is now on the rental market for $10,450/month.
A new report details the complicated history of the troubled deal
A full list of street closures and ensnarements expected during Donald Trump’s first visit to Trump Tower since his inauguration.
The modest Jamaica Estates house has had quite the real estate saga since hitting the market in 2016.
The Secret Service has relocated its command center to a trailer in front of the gilded skyscraper.
The only building that’s clearly depicted is, of course, Trump Tower.
Lynne Patton, the new head of HUD Region 2, has worked for the Trump family for nearly a decade.
Congress may question White House adviser Jared Kushner’s dealings at 666 Fifth Avenue and if there’s a Russia connection.
A resident of Trump Palace is circulating a petition that he thinks will help him sell his condo.
Cuomo’s committed to "confirming New York's leadership role in protecting our citizens, our environment, and our planet."
Earlier this month, Amtrak announced that it would have to carry out 21 repairs at the beleaguered train station, which would take place over a period of 44 days in July and August.
It’s likely much smaller than the President has claimed
Donald Trump will be in town on May 4 for an event aboard the USS Intrepid, where he’ll host Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull; here’s what to expect.
The budget has set aside $61 million for such security measures, according to the Mayor’s office, with $20 million allocated for costs incurred between Election Day and Inauguration Day, and $41 million for costs after Inauguration Day.
The audit found 180 properties where public spaces didn’t comply with city rules—and more than half of those are POPS.
The former Trump associate has received property tax breaks in both Florida and New York City, highlighting the flaws in how these breaks are implemented.
The Trump administration’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan was the focus of a New York Times interview, but little was revealed about what it will entail—or how it will affect New York City’s big infrastructure projects.
A WNYC investigation suggests that the Trump associate’s purchase history fits "a pattern used in money laundering"
The real estate investor who nabbed Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens for $1.39 million last year has turned a neat profit on the Jamaica Estates home. New reports surmise that the buyer is Chinese.
In Trump Tower, part of the atrium and two landscaped gardens are part of the city’s privately owned public spaces (POPS) program, and the city zoning law requires that these spaces be accessible seven days a week.