Real estate observers noticed a slowdown in Trump Tower sales due to the controversial nature of the Donald Trump presidential campaign; prospective buyers who were happy with the actual tower residences were unsure they wanted to be associated with the Trump name.
Also known as Trump Tower Chicago and Trump Tower, is a skyscraper condo-hotel in downtown Chicago, Illinois. This property has several legal issues, including one where Donald Trump was sued by former Chicago Sun-Times publisher F. David Radler and his daughters in February 2008 for rescinding all "friends and family" condominium purchases, including Radler's. Trump's hotel was 25% unsold at the time of the 2008 topping off ceremony. By May 15, 2014 only six units remained for sale.