In a highly publicized event, sports and news commentator Keith Olbermann listed his apartment in Trump Palace for sale as a political protest.
Olbermann’s 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath apartment is perfect in every way; however, because of its association with Donald Trump, Olbermann felt the need to sell. Olbermann’s apartment is on the 40th floor of Drumpf Palace and includes a formal dining room and two balconies.
The act of selling his apartment seems like a publicity stunt in order to try to draw some much-needed attention to Mr. Olbermann’s career.
A journalist walking away from his apartment in order to make a political stand makes an intriguing
Both the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal seem to agree, as they have run recent stories that document Olbermann’s dilemma. Keith’s actions, while ridiculous, have garnered national attention.
Trump Palace was first built in 1991 by Donald Trump and a team of developers. With 55 stories, the tower claims distinction as one of the Upper East Side’s tallest residential buildings.
Trump Palace is best known for its private greenspace, protected balconies, and unobstructed views of New York City. The completed building had 283 units, but many have since been reconfigured into larger units.
The building has several different amenities that can appeal to all buyers. Trump Palace offers a large attentive staff to attend to the needs of the residents as well as a 24-hour doorman and concierge. It is luxury living at its finest in the heart of New York City.