Trump Tower is about to see some changes following the GOP convention

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Trump Tower is about to get a security facelift.

Donald Trump’s luxury skyscraper, where he and his family live, is soon to become the most secure building in all of New York City around the same time as the Republican National Convention (RNC), sources told Page Six.

A source told us that beyond “residents’ IDs being checked” when they enter the building at 725 Fifth Ave., tenants will “have to start filling out applications for all people who visit them.”

“If you want your mother to visit, she’ll have to fill out an application,” one insider said of proposed increased security measures.

The excitable source added that “the block will be shut down.”

Trump told Page Six of the added security, “It’s true.”

“And the residents love it because it was already the best building in New York, and it will be even more secure,” Trump said.

Trump and his family, wife Melania and son Barron, live on the 66th floor of the luxury tower, where their apartment is decked out from floor to ceiling in genuine marble and gold pillars, adorned with crystal chandeliers and Greek vases.

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