A large shed in Trump Tower, a landmark of New York City, has been a focal point of the president’s presidential transition.
Since January, the Trump Organization has leased the shed to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to build temporary housing for displaced residents.
The department recently said it would begin building permanent housing for people in need, but has yet to announce any specific projects.
Here are the key details about the shed: It’s located on the 19th floor of the Trump Tower building.
The shed has five floors, and its interior is dominated by a four-story building of metal.
It has a courtyard with two pools and a swimming pool.
It also has a rooftop deck, a balcony, a kitchen, a living area, and a bathroom.
There are three separate apartments in the shed, each with a single bedroom and bathroom.
The windows in the sheds can be open and shut.
The space is not wheelchair accessible, but the owner has provided wheelchair accessible entry points and ramps, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
The building was constructed in the 1970s.
In addition to the shed itself, the building has a pool, a clubhouse, a laundry, a fitness center, a gymnasium, a movie theater, a ballroom, a dining room, and private dining rooms.
The federal building has no public sidewalks.
The Department of the Interior’s website indicates the building’s current location.