It appears the controversy over the Trump sign isn't scaring high rollers away from buying property in the Chicago building.
Crain's reports a 79th-floor condo at Trump International Hotel & Tower sold for $3.35 million, the highest-priced sale in the building this year.
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Personal injury lawyer Patrick Salvi and his wife sold the 3,100-square-foot home in an all-cash transaction, receiving $1.2 million more than they paid for it in 2010.
There's still plenty of options remaining inside the building. The penthouse unit is on the market for $32 million.