The Grand Hyatt Hotel, in New York, is shown in this photo, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019. The building that helped Donald Trump make a name for himself in Manhattan is being sold to developers who plan to tear it down. Developer TF Cornerstone says that it and a group managing billionaire Michael Dell’s money have agreed to buy the hotel next to Grand Central Terminal and replace it with a mixed used building that will include office and retail space and a smaller hotel.
The Grand Hyatt Hotel, in New York, is shown in this photo, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019. The building that helped Donald Trump make a name for himself in Manhattan is being sold to developers who plan to tear it down. Developer TF Cornerstone says that it and a group managing billionaire Michael Dell’s money have agreed to buy the hotel next to Grand Central Terminal and replace it with a mixed used building that will include office and retail space and a smaller hotel. Richard Drew AP Photo
The Grand Hyatt Hotel, in New York, is shown in this photo, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019. The building that helped Donald Trump make a name for himself in Manhattan is being sold to developers who plan to tear it down. Developer TF Cornerstone says that it and a group managing billionaire Michael Dell’s money have agreed to buy the hotel next to Grand Central Terminal and replace it with a mixed used building that will include office and retail space and a smaller hotel. Richard Drew AP Photo