US President Donald Trump is waving goodbye to New York. Photo: AFP

Donald Trump will quit his hometown of New York at the end of his presidency, city says ‘good riddance’

  • The one-time king of Queens has long professed his love for his birth city, where he amassed celebrity, power and wealth as a brash real estate mogul
  • But his romance with the city soured as his deeply controversial presidency triggered angry protests, including outside Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue
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US President Donald Trump is waving goodbye to New York. Photo: AFP
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Billionaires’ Row has seen some high-profile sales to billionaires who likely won’t live there full time.
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How New York City’s richest neighbourhoods – Billionaires’ Row and Tribeca – present 2 different faces of America’s super wealthy

With views of Central Park, luxury skyscraper apartments in New York’s Billionaires’ Row can sell for more than US$60 million – but celebrities prefer ‘paparazzi-proof’ buildings on Tribeca’s quiet streets, writes Katie Warren

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Billionaires’ Row has seen some high-profile sales to billionaires who likely won’t live there full time.
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