Residents of a Manhattan condominium voted on Wednesday to remove “Trump Place” from their building’s facade, The Washington Post reports. Just over 69 percent of the condo owners in the 46-story, Upper West Side tower voted to take “Trump Place” off the building, according to a board email obtained by the newspaper. The 200 Riverside Boulevard building was involved in a lawsuit with The Trump Organization earlier this year, with the president’s namesake business reportedly insisting that the building had no right to take the name down. The judge ruled with the condo board, permitting the president’s name to be removed if residents approved. After the 2016 election, President Trump’s name was removed from three other “Trump Place” buildings on the same Upper West Side street. The Trump name was also stripped from hotels in Toronto, Panama, and SoHo.