COVID-19: Trump D.C. seeks rent relief | Sternlicht: ‘Re-open economy’

Trump Hotels makes plea to U.S. government Nearly empty and looking to cut costs because of the coronavirus pandemic, D.C.’s Trump International Hotel has recently made an inquiry to the U.S. government about changing its lease payments, which the federal government has reported at nearly US$268,000 per month. The Trump Organization is current on its rent, according to Eric Trump, but he confirmed that the company had opened a conversation about possible delays in future monthly payments. He went on to say that the company was asking the G.S.A. for any relief that it might be granting other federal tenants.…
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