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Though we've no doubt that "New York values" would exist without his contributions, Donald Trump has definitely made an impact on the city's real estate landscape, not to mention the city skyline. His Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza is considered the city's most valuable condominium based on tax rolls, with a total market value of $238.27 million, and Trump Place at 220 Riverside Boulevard makes an impressive appearance at number eight on that list. In 2015, Trump condos sold for an average of $3 million, compared to $2.4 million for other Manhattan condos. Below you'll find a short list of the city's best known residences that bear the Trump name.
Trump World Tower lobby, Trump World Tower Trump World Tower lobby

Trump World Tower, 845 United Nations Plaza


Located within a stone's throw of the United Nations building, the Trump World Tower at 845 United Nations Plaza rises 72 stories (861 feet) above the city. The tower was completed in 2001 but its value has endured: The Department of Finance recently determined that it's on track to be the most valuable condo building in the city for tax collection purposes in 2016. Apartments have spectacular views through floor-to-ceiling windows, with details like wood-burning fireplaces, 13-foot ceilings and polished maple floors. Amenities include a health club and spa with a 60-foot swimming pool, a private wine cellar, a roof deck and a bicycle room, all within walking distance of the East River Esplanade and Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza. The building's penthouse sold for $16 million in 2013.

Trump International, 1 central park west Inside an apartment at Trump International

Trump International, 1 Central Park West


The Trump International Hotel and Tower is one of the most successful developments in Donald Trump’s portfolio. A world-class hotel occupies the lower 22 floors of the 44-story tower with private residences on the upper floors. Residents enjoy access to all of the hotel’s room, concierge and valet services, as well as its gym, spa and pool, and they can order food from the world renowned Jean-Georges restaurant located just off the hotel lobby. The building occupies one of the most sought after locations in the city, on Central Park West across from Columbus Circle and near Lincoln Center.

Trump Park Avenue, 502 park avenue, trump park avenue penthouse The penthouse terrace at Trump Park Avenue

Trump Park Avenue, 502 Park Avenue


Just steps away from Central Park and Upper East Side shopping, 502 Park Avenue was completed in 1929 but received the famous Trump treatment in the form of an extensive renovation in 2005. The building's 120 residences–between one and seven bedrooms–offer top-of-the-line interior fixtures and finishes and generous layouts. As you'd imagine, the Trump commitment to luxury living means amenities are impressive and include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, valet and laundry service, daily maid service and a fitness center.

Inside a unit at Trump Place Inside a unit at Trump Place

Trump Place, 220 Riverside Boulevard


Trump Place is a soaring 49-story tower with residences designed to suit buyers with varying space needs but all with a desire for extraordinary river views. Inside, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments enjoy herringbone hardwood floors, oversized sound-proof windows, individual climate control and state-of-the-art telecommunications and entertainment systems. Kitchens are equipped with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances and master baths and powder rooms have topnotch vanities, fixtures and finishes. The building itself is served by a hotel-style doorman, concierge and valet, while amenities include a health club with pool and spa, on-site parking, a wood-paneled library, an English billiards room, and a landscaped interior courtyard.

A corner unit in Trump Tower A corner unit in Trump Tower

Trump Tower, 721 Fifth Avenue


Apartments at Trump Tower enjoy all the fruits of Billionaires' Row but at slightly more "affordable" price tags. The uniquely designed glass tower located between 56th and 57th Streets features numerous corner windows with breathtaking park and city views. Residents also see the Trump treatment in the form of marble bathrooms, Jacuzzi bathtubs, wood and stone floors, state-of-the-art appliances and numerous walk-in closets. A full-time doorman, valet and maid service complete the luxurious hotel-like atmosphere of the 5th Avenue address.

The lobby at Trump Parc The lobby at Trump Parc

Trump Parc, 106 Central Park South


Trump Parc was originally the ultra swanky Barbizon Plaza Hotel, constructed in 1930. Trump acquired the building in 1988 (said to be drawn in by its architectural grandeur) and turned the structure into a 340-unit condominium shortly thereafter. While the apartments inside aren't quite as luxurious as say Trump Tower, they do boast fabulous city views and a convenient location close to public transportation, restaurants, shopping and the Wollman Memorial Skating Rink in Central Park, which Mr. Trump triumphantly restored after long delays by the city.

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Contributing Writer Michelle Cohen Michelle is a New York-based writer and content strategist who has worked extensively with lifestyle brands like Seventeen, Country Living, Harper's Bazaar and iVillage. In addition to being a copywriter for a digital media agency she writes about culture, New York City neighborhoods, real estate, style, design and technology among other topics. She has lived in a number of major US cities on both coasts and in between and loves all things relating to urbanism and culture.