You've been Trumped by the Donald!
SoHo up in arms over Trump's latest project
"The proposed condominium units may not be used for residential occupancy," reads a warning on the building's Web site. "They may only be used for transient occupancy and for no other purpose."
But that requirement will be "virtually impossible to enforce," say activists opposed to the project. They accuse the city of flouting its own zoning laws by allowing Trump and his partners to build what will amount to luxury condos in an area where they are prohibited.
"The city has set a precedent for all of these other developers to step in and do the same thing," said Councilman Tony Avella (D-Queens), chairman of the zoning committee. "They're ignoring their own rules."