TORONTO, ON- JULY 17 - The Trump sign on the south side of the Trump International Hotel has had the M removed as the sign begins to come down in Toronto. July 17, 2017. Steve Russell/Toronto Star

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The 65-storey hotel and condo at 325 Bay St. no longer bears the name of U.S. President Donald Trump.
JCF Capital ULC, the new owners of Trump International Hotel and Tower, reached a buyout deal with Trump Hotels last month. As part of the deal, the hotel’s name was to be changed.
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The joint investment group bought the property that is comprised of 211 hotel rooms and 74 private residences in March for $298 million.
The building has been the target of lawsuits from investors who allege that they were led to believe the residential units would generate higher returns, but instead they lost money.
It has also been a …