Trump International Hotel & Tower stands 52 stories above Columbus Circle and Central Park. The building was designed by Costas Kondylis with Philip Johnson Ritchie & Fiore as the design architect. Formerly an office building, Trump International was converted into 158 luxury condominiums in 1997. The first 17 floors are 167 hotel units ranging in size from studios to two-bedrooms. The upper portion of the building, known as the Tower, is comprised entirely of residential condominiums.
All units embody true New York City luxury. Units are spacious, allowing residents to relax and live comfortably. Features include hardwood floors, walk-in closets and washer/dryer units. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow for stunning views of Broadway and Central Park. Each unit is also equipped with modern technology, including high-speed and wireless internet access, three dual-line telephones, 55-inch flat-panel HDTV, Blu-Ray player, iPod docking station and an in-room computer upon request.
Units contain fully equipped European-style kitchens with state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. The spa-like marble and limestone bathrooms have a glass-enclosed rain shower, relaxing Jacuzzi tub and mirrored vanities.
Since the condominiums at Trump International are aligned with hotel suites, the building's amenities are abundant. Residents have access to its concierge services, fitness center, pool, and full-service spa and wellness programs. Residents can also dine at Jean-George's world-renowned flagship restaurant located on the building's ground level.
They say location is everything and in this case, it is everything and more. Trump International Hotel and Tower is located across the street from beautiful Central Park and the Time Warner Center, which is filled with amazing shopping and dining options. It is also close to the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts and a number of public transportation options.
Blending classic and modern touches and elegant design, Trump International Hotel & Tower is more than just a place to live, it is a lifestyle.