Residents of Stamford’s Trump building debate its name

TRD New York /
Mar.March 22, 2018 01:57 PM

Residents of the Trump Parc Stamford, the city’s tallest tower, are debating whether or not to keep the Trump name on their building, the Hartford Courant reported. Some residents have complained about the management of the building, while others said they do not like the building being associated with President Trump. The 170-unit condo building is managed, but not owned by the Trump Organization. Eric Trump, who helps run the Trump Organization, said in an email to the Washington Post that improvements to the building were underway, including “an unbelievable hallway renovation.” While the Trump name has been removed from buildings in other cities, the debate over the Stamford tower is notable because its most expensive penthouse is owned by wrestling mogul Vince McMahon, whose wife Linda McMahon is in the president’s cabinet. [Hartford Courant]

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