Trump International Hotel and Tower (New York City)

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Trump International Hotel and Tower
Trump International Hotel and Tower.jpg
Former names Gulf & Western Building
General information
Status Complete
Type Residential
Address 15 Columbus Circle
New York City, New York
Coordinates 40°46′07″N 73°58′54″W / 40.768582°N 73.981633°W / 40.768582; -73.981633Coordinates: 40°46′07″N 73°58′54″W / 40.768582°N 73.981633°W / 40.768582; -73.981633
Construction started 1968
Completed 1970
Renovated 1995–1997
Owner General Electric Pension Trust
Height
Roof 583 feet (178 m)
Technical details
Floor count 44
Design and construction
Architect Thomas E. Stanley
References
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The Trump International Hotel and Tower is a high-rise building, located at 1 Central Park West on Columbus Circle between Broadway and Central Park West, in Manhattan, New York City. The building is 583 feet (178 m) tall.[1]

It is owned by the General Electric Pension Trust and features hotel rooms and residential condominiums. The building was originally the Gulf and Western, designed by Thomas E. Stanley and built in 1969.[3] Between 1995 and 1997, the building was stripped to its skeleton and given a new facade designed by Philip Johnson and Costas Kondylis.

The building is used as the setting of the 2011 comedy crime film Tower Heist.

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