The name Donald Trump means a lot of things—most of them not particularly good—to a lot of people, but now, it will forever be enmeshed with the country's highest office. And though Trump has said that he will step back from day-to-day operations of his eponymous real estate company while he holds the office of President, the Trump Organization still owns properties in 19 cities across the globe. New York, of course, is where he is most prominent, with no less than nine properties in his name (typically in large, gaudy, gold letters). With that in mind, let's take a look at the buildings owned by Trump in his home state.
You'll notice that Coney Island's Trump Village is not on the map—that's because it was named for Donald's father, Fred Trump.—Reporting by Wesley YiinRead More