Chicago’s Trump Tower has a ‘glut’ of condos for sale

By: Gail MarksJarvis

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Designer John Robert Wiltgen works with lighting designer Victoria Ellis on the renovation of a Trump Tower residence April 20, 2017. Wiltgen has worked on several units in the building and said the chatter he’s heard in the building is mixed. “If they voted for Trump the name is a positive; if not, it’s a negative,” he said. (Brian Cassella / Chicago Tribune)

Chicago’s Trump Tower has an unusually large number of condominiums for sale and for rent, and real estate agents predict that a glut of available units in the building may pressure owners to drop their prices.

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