Though most headlines around Donald Trump concern his role in the White House, he’s a creature of New York City. His history – and those of his associates – thread from Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan, to his childhood home in Queens, and developments owned and proposed by companies connected to his son-in-law Jared Kushner. On this page, we’re mapping news stories about Trump’s role in New York City as an effort to let residents understand more about the city’s unique Trump connection.

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Trump Soho’s secret suitors: Keith Rubenstein and the head of one of Kazakhstan’s largest banks (12/11): 40.725459, -74.005488
Paul Manafort\'s controversial Brooklyn brownstone hit with stop-work order (12/7): 40.681495, -73.992824
Trump Paid Over $1 Million in Labor Settlement, Documents Reveal (11/27): 40.762450, -73.973782
In Search of Donald Trump at His Boyhood Home (8/21): 40.717035, -73.785743
Inside Trump’s Most Valuable Tower: Felons, Dictators and Girl Scouts (6/21/16): 40.706954, -74.009673
Trump Organization\'s Business Dwindles In New York: Report (11/16): 40.810923, -73.833617
Scott Stringer claims Trump Tower is violating agreement with city (11/26): 40.762755, -73.973866
Kushner Plan to Tear Down Manhattan Skyscraper \'Not Feasible\' (11/1): 40.760385, -73.976674
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Kushner Plan to Tear Down Manhattan Skyscraper 'Not Feasible' (11/1)


Fortune: Steve Roth, chairman and CEO of Vornado Realty Trust, said during his company’s earnings call on Tuesday that rumors about tearing 666 Fifth Avenue down “and doing all manner of fairly grand development schemes” were “not feasible” and that the tower would “revert to an office building.” (Photo: Bing)

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Trump Paid Over $1 Million in Labor Settlement, Documents Reveal (11/27)
New York Times: In 1980, under pressure to begin construction on what would become his signature project, Donald J. Trump employed a crew of 200 undocumented Polish workers who worked in 12-hour shifts, without gloves, hard hats or masks, to demolish the Bonwit Teller building on Fifth Avenue, where the 58-story, golden-hued Trump Tower now stands.
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Scott Stringer claims Trump Tower is violating agreement with city (11/26)

New York Post: Trump Tower is among many buildings whose management has violated agreements to provide public space in exchange for flouting zoning codes, city Comptroller Scott Stringer says. (Photo: Rodrigo Paredes)
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Trump Soho’s secret suitors: Keith Rubenstein and the head of one of Kazakhstan’s largest banks (12/11)


The Real Deal: For years now, Kazakhstan’s BTA Bank, headed by Kenges Rakishev, has pursued the demise of its former chairman, Mukhtar Ablyazov, whom the bank alleges embezzled more than $6 billion. (Photo: Google)

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Inside Trump’s Most Valuable Tower: Felons, Dictators and Girl Scouts (6/21/16)

Bloomberg: The 72-story building has housed frauds, thieves, boiler rooms and penny-stock schemers since Trump took it over in 1995 in what may be the best deal of his career. (Photo: Google)
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