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Inside Trump Tower, the $300 million 'testament of Mr. Trump's grand vision' that is now reportedly one of New York's least-desirable luxury buildings

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    Trump Tower was once the crown jewel of President
    Donald Trump's real-estate ambitions in New York City.
  
  
    The tower cemented Trump's name on the southeast corner
    of the city's famed Central Park along Manhattan's iconic Fifth
    Avenue.
  
  
    Since Trump took office, the tower has become better
    known for its mentions in the federal
    investigations into Trump's 2016 campaign, and a reported
    dip in condo sales.
  
  
    These photos take you inside the landmark that used to
    be the president's home, office, and playground.
  
  
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  Trump Tower is one of
  President Donald Trump's most iconic properties.

  The glittering skyscraper was built in 1983 "as a world famous testament of Mr.
  Trump's grand vision" and displayed his name on one of the
  most iconic streets in New York City.

  The tower was once known as a glamorous icon of the city's
  skyline that earned Trump $300 million in condo sales
  and housed celebrities. But in the last few years, it has become
  more closely associated with federal investigations into Trump's
  campaign and fiery protests.

  Last week, Bloomberg reported that the
  tension has taken its toll on the tower, as it's struggling to
  hold on to its tenants. See inside the tower's amenities for its
  visitors, public and high-profile alike.

Trump Tower is one of President Donald Trump's most iconic properties. 

The glittering skyscraper was built in 1983 "as a world famous testament of Mr. Trump's grand vision" and displayed his name on one of the most iconic streets in New York City. 

The tower was once known as a glamorous icon of the city's skyline that earned Trump $300 million in condo sales and housed celebrities. But in the last few years, it has become more closely associated with federal investigations into Trump's campaign and fiery protests. 

Last week, Bloomberg reported that the tension has taken its toll on the tower, as it's struggling to hold on to its tenants. Click ahead to see inside the tower's amenities for its visitors, public and high-profile alike. 

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