It’s a place that makes you feel as though you’ve left behind your home and the comforts of your own city.
The towers, each taller than a small house, were built on top of a vast parking lot, and they’re surrounded by lush lawns and manicured gardens, the kind of place that feels like a living, breathing community.
They’re also located in a city that is still recovering from the deadly storm that tore through New Orleans in August, and it’s a city where many people who are trying to rebuild from the effects of the storm don’t have the luxury of leaving their homes.
But for those like Melissa Smythson, a writer for The New York Times who is currently staying in New York, there is an added sense of home that comes from the place.
The city of New Orleans has been ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, and many of the homes on the sprawling lot that houses Trump Tower are destroyed or have been rendered uninhabitable.
Smythsson, who has lived in New Orleans since 2011, is among those displaced by the storm and now works as a hotel security guard.
The city has also struggled to rebuild.
In New Orleans, there were some 6,500 buildings that were either destroyed or partially destroyed by Hurricane Rita in 2005, according to a 2014 report by the nonprofit Urban Institute.
Many more were damaged by fires.
Many of those homes were built before the hurricanes struck, and now they are a reminder of what life can be like without all the luxuries of a city.
In New Orleans at least, those homes have remained intact.
In addition to having a huge parking lot and plenty of room to park, Trump Tower has a full-service restaurant, gym, and fitness center that are accessible from the street.
In some places, you can even park for free in the park.
While the tower itself is not currently being used for anything, there are many people using it as a makeshift shelter.
The New Orleans Police Department has opened several makeshift shelters in the neighborhood, and there are currently dozens of people living in the buildings that are being rebuilt.
It’s a kind of living, walking community.
And for some people, that is what they feel they want to live in.
But even those people have to find ways to make the most of it.
Melissa Smyths apartment is situated on top a parking lot on the New Orleans waterfront, in the heart of the city.
She and her husband work at a hotel in New Paris.
Smithson and her brother live nearby, and she says they are trying not to get into trouble with police because they live in a neighborhood that has seen some of the worst flooding in New France history.
But for Melissa Smiths, the building is not just a shelter.
It’s where she is staying.
Smiths’ apartment is located on top an empty lot that is filled with construction equipment, trucks, and construction vehicles.
It is located in one of the more dangerous areas of the flood-ravaged city, near a major intersection, and the city has been rebuilding in the wake of the disaster.
And Smith is a part of that.
Smith and her family moved into the building in August and have been living in it for about three months now.
The apartment is just over 100 square feet.
It’s been her entire apartment, but she said she has been living there for about six months.
The building has an exterior facade that has been made from recycled materials, like a piece of paper or a newspaper.
The interior has also been recycled.
The apartment was originally made of a wooden frame, and while it has been mostly constructed of cardboard, it has still been painted in bright colors to mimic the neighborhood.
In one corner of the apartment, there’s a large sign with the words “TRUMP BUILDING.”
It’s also a piece that reads “LIVING A LIVING CITY.”
It’s hard to say how many people have been using the building.
But some residents have used it as an office, and others have stayed there as part of their community or as temporary shelters.
For Smith, the apartment is her sanctuary.
She has lived here since she was a teenager, and when Hurricane Katrina hit, she said the city was in a state of emergency.
But she has a lot of people in her neighborhood who still live in the same building.
Smith said the apartment was an immediate shelter, because it’s the only place she could find her family in New Orleanis, and people were still being displaced.
She said she and her brothers are living there, but they don’t need to worry about getting a job, because they are all working.
The building is also an opportunity to be out and about, and to play and explore.
She enjoys the view from her balcony.
It is hard to tell how many residents have been able to stay in the building, but many of those who have do so on a regular