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Donald Trump

Donald Trump
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP)
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Boutique condo planned in Fort Lauderdale; prices range to $1.7 million

    Boutique condo planned in Fort Lauderdale; prices range to $1.7 million
    A developer that built 10,000 condominium units in Panama and Venezuela has started construction on its first residential project in the United States — a boutique waterfront condo in Fort Lauderdale. Grupo Alco is building Adagio On The Bay, a...
  • Emanuel wants to prevent more signs like Trump's

    Emanuel wants to prevent more signs like Trump's
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Friday he has asked his staff to look at possible changes to the city’s regulations to ensure that another “tasteless” sign like the new one on the Trump Tower is never allowed again. That’s just fine with...
  • Time to refocus on city's real challenges, not a legal sign

    Taxpayers pay elected officials to address serious issues. Mayor Rahm Emanuel should stop talking about Donald Trump's legally approved sign and start solving urgent challenges like potholes, schools, CTA service and renegotiating the parking meter deal....
  • Anger is more about man than sign

    Please stop with all the T-R-U-M-P sign bashing. Drive into downtown Chicago and look at the buildings near the river and what do you see on a building in large letters?  Chicago Tribune. There are countless other buildings that also have company...
  • Be angry with officials who approved sign

    I am amazed at the belly-aching over the Trump tower sign. Yes, it is hideous but why are people not going after the nitwits who approved it? That is the real story.  Those are the people who should hear the words Donald Trump made famous: "You're fired!"...
  • Donald Trump's taste leaves a lot to be desired

    Donald Trump as the arbiter of what's aesthetically pleasing? Please; he thinks his hairstyle looks good. -- Richard Carlucci, Chicago
  • What goes on in Donald Trump's mind?

    Donald Trump must be delusional comparing his sign to the beloved Hollywood sign.  One celebrates a city and a gigantic industry that has brought untold pleasure to millions, while the other celebrates only a gigantic ego that has just marred the best...
  • Blair Kamin on being an architecture critic

    The title "architecture critic" is entirely too limiting. It suggests a narrow focus on buildings and a privileged subset of glamorous structures designed by globe-trotting "starchitects." In reality, my job is much broader and much grittier. It is to...
  • Outrage over Trump sign isn't fueled solely by the namesake

    The Trump sign is not going away any time soon, unfortunately. I happen to disagree with columnist Eric Zorn that the outrage is more about Donald Trump than the sign itself. It does, however, point to the fact that it does not take an architecture...
  • Chicago's most iconic buildings don't need name tags

    Give Donald Trump a break.  The poor guy is so insecure about his building not being recognized he felt the need to plaster his name on it. After all, it's not as though it's the Wrigley Building, the Willis (Sears) Tower or the John Hancock. These...
  • Trump can put his name on his building

    I like Donald Trump's name on his building. If the sign said OBAMA instead of TRUMP, would the Rahmfather be complaining? It is Trump's building, and he can put his name on it. -- Marlene Krakowski, Chicago