New York condo building becomes the 7th to remove Trump's name since 2016
Workers remove Trump signage from 180 Riverside Boulevard on Manhattan's Upper West Side on November 16, 2016 in New York. (AFP/File / Bryan R. Smith)

A Manhattan condominium building on Thursday will become the seventh to remove the Trump name from its facade since 2016.

The New York Times reported that the residents of 200 Riverside Boulevard in the borough's tony Upper West Side are looking forward to the removal of the "Trump Place" branding on October 18.

The 46-story building will join its neighbors with the removal of the president's moniker.

The Washington Post's David Fahrenthold noted on Twitter that 200 Riverside Boulevard is the seventh Trump-branded building to have the president's name removed since 2016.

The others, Fahrenthold added, are three other "Trump Place" buildings in New York alongside Trump hotels in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan and those in Toronto and Panama.

"Also," the reporter added, "NYC took his name off a carousel in Central Park, which Trump had unilaterally renamed after himself."