A 46-story condominium in New York City has stripped the Trump name off its entrance, WABC reported.
Trump Place, located between 69th and 70th streets on Riverside Boulevard in Manhattan, will now be known as 200 Riverside Boulevard, The New York Times reported.
The residents of the 377-unit Upper West Side condo joined three other neighborhood buildings in removing the Trump name from their facades:.
The building bought the right to use the Trump name in 2000, paying $1 under a four-page licensing agreement, the Times reported.
In 2015 there were 15 residential buildings in Manhattan that had the Trump name, the Times reported. Three rental apartments near the Riverside location removed the Trump name in 2016, the newspaper reported.
Condominium officials said it would cost $23,000 to remove the letters from the front and back of the building and wash the facade, WABC reported.