In one week alone, two New York City condo buildings will be going 'Trump'-less, another indication of President Donald Trump's unpopularity in his home state.
The Washington Post reported that the residents at 220 Riverside Boulevard voted to remove the large gold letters spelling out 'Trump Place' from their building on February 22, based on an email sent by the board and obtained by the paper. It read in part: “Of the 83 percent [that] voted, 74.7 percent voted to remove the signage, and 25.3 percent voted not to remove the signage." The board said it will choose a company to take down the lettering.
220 Riverside's decision makes it the latest of six New York City buildings to remove its 'Trump Place' signage, said Rolling Stone.
According to the Post's report, the Trump Organization won't take a financial hit from 220 Riverside's vote, as the company remains contracted to manage building