Cushman & Wakefield, the real estate brokerage firm, will no longer do business with The Trump Organization, according to The Washington Post report.
“Cushman & Wakefield has made the decision to no longer do business with The Trump Organization,” said a company spokesperson in a statement on Wednesday.
Over the years, the Chicago-based real estate services company has handled the leasing and marketing of Trump Organization properties, including New York City’s Trump Tower, Trump Plaza, the Trump Building at 40 Wall Street and the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago.
New York City also plans to terminate its business relationships with the Trump Organization in response to last week’s attack on the US Capitol.
”We’re taking steps to terminate agreements with the Trump Organization to operate the Central Park Carousel, Wollman and Lasker skating rinks, and the Ferry Point Golf Course,”’ said de Blasio on Twitter account.
The company’s contracts to operate a carousel in Manhattan’s Central Park, skating rinks and a golf course in the Bronx are worth about $17 million a year, de Blasio said on MSNBC.
Some private businesses had also announced they would no longer do business with the Trump organization after the storming of the U.S. Capitol last week.The businesses include two of his banks, Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank, credit card processor Stripe, Shopify and the PGA of America which announced it is pulling a major golf tournament from one of Trump’s courses.