President Donald Trump is not only a native New Yorker, but a real estate mogul with buildings all over the city.

Indeed, New Yorkers seeking an atmosphere free of Trump’s name would have to make a serious effort, as many of the real estate titan's properties have become staples in the Manhattan skyline.

Here's a list of all the buildings and areas owned by the Trump Organization in New York City, just in case you missed the giant "TRUMP" stamp on some of them.

Trump International Hotel & Tower

As with most Trump Organization buildings, it's difficult
As with most Trump Organization buildings, it's difficult not to notice who owns this one. Located at 1 Central Park West, Trump International Hotel & Tower overlooks the iconic park and offers guest rooms, suites and meeting rooms as well as a restaurant. The hotel marked its 20th anniversary on Jan. 20, 2017. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

1290 Avenue of the Americas

Trump's 1290 Avenue of the Americas is an
Trump's 1290 Avenue of the Americas is an entire block of midtown office spaces between 51st and 52nd streets that offers sweeping views of Central Park and the city skyline. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

Trump Building at 40 Wall St.

Currently known as the Trump Building, 40 Wall
Currently known as the Trump Building, 40 Wall St. has a rich history in New York City's Financial District. As a competitor for "World's Tallest Building" when it was completed in 1930, it held the title for one month. It currently stands as the 12th tallest building in the city and was designated a landmark in 1998. It features 1.3 million square feet of office space distributed over 72 stories. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

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Trump World Tower

Located at 845 United Nations Plaza No. 37-B
Located at 845 United Nations Plaza No. 37-B in Turtle Bay, Trump World Tower is 90 stories of glitz and glamour situated near the United Nations building. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

Trump Tower

At 68 stories, Trump Tower at 721 Fifth
At 68 stories, Trump Tower at 721 Fifth Ave. is the 65th tallest building in the city, and was the tallest all-glass building in Manhattan when first completed in 1983. The tower gained even more notoriety as headquarters for Trump's campaign and presidential transition team. First lady Melania Trump and Barron Trump still live in the building. Trump Tower is composed of offices, luxury condominiums, and, of course, a Trump Bar and Trump Grille. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

Trump SoHo

If you didn't think the Trump Organization had
If you didn't think the Trump Organization had made it to lower Manhattan, think again. Trump SoHo was completed in 2010, despite some early opposition from the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. The building is 46 stories tall and is located at 246 Spring St. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

Trump Park Avenue

Cementing the organization's foothold on the Upper East
Cementing the organization's foothold on the Upper East Side, Trump Park Avenue, located at 502 Park Ave., holds nothing back as it boasts 35 floors of fancy living. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

Wollman Rink in Central Park

Originally purchased and renovated by Trump in 1986,
Originally purchased and renovated by Trump in 1986, the Wollman Rink in Central Park is still currently co-owned by the Trump Organization, displaying the organization's name on the side of the rink as well as on the rink's Zamboni machine. (Credit: Aaron Zebrook)

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Trump Parc and Trump Parc East

Yet another Central Park sweet spot, Trump Parc
Yet another Central Park sweet spot, Trump Parc and Trump Parc East are luxury residential buildings that sit along Central Park South at Sixth Avenue, offering breathtaking views of the iconic park. (Credit: Google Maps )

Trump Palace

Located on the Upper East Side at 200
Located on the Upper East Side at 200 E. 69th St., Trump Palace serves as yet another luxury condominium building, and has become an iconic addition to the Manhattan skyline. (Credit: Christa Lopez)

610 Park Ave.

Renovated into luxury condominiums in 1998, the former
Renovated into luxury condominiums in 1998, the former Mayfair Hotel, originally built in 1925, is located on the Upper East Side at East 65th Street and Park Avenue. The building's restaurant, Daniel, was listed as one of the top restaurants in the city by The New York Times in 2013. (Credit: Christa Lopez)