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Donald Trump’s New York in VR
Carl Corry is a journalism instructor at Suffolk County Community College and freelance journalist who has held leading roles at Newsday, News 12 and Long Island Business News.
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Donald Trump’s New York in VR

Now that he’s president-elect, there’s even more interest in knowing about all the real estate properties  Donald Trump has touted on the campaign trail on his way to the White House. AM-New York put together a listacle. It names 12 properties, including, of course, Trump Tower and 40 Wall St. This would be much more interactive.

I’d like a VR tour of the properties from the outside, highlighting their locations on the city’s map and grabbing information about their histories, costs, previous owners, number of rooms, square space, etc. We would be able to pull back to see where his properties are in the big picture of New York’s skyline.


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