At 1 King, you are not forced to be in the hotel pool. Many people live in the building, and some have offices there. if you are not in the hotel pool, you pay the residential tax rates which are around $2400 per year. These are assessed on a yearly basis with the condo corp giving a list of pool suites to the city. The commercial rates are about $4800 per year which are much lower than Trump. The condo fee on my unit is $570 per month, again, way lower than Trump.
Units in 1 King tend to be priced all over the place based on views. There is also a large block stilled owned by David Mervish Many of the units for sale are interior suites in the older part of the building. I am above the 40th floor with unobstructed views over the city and lake so these suites tend to get a premium. From a pure investment perspective 1 King craps all over Trump!
By the way, I had lunch in Trump's 30th floor restaurant and although the food was great, I found the decor over done and dated. That is just my taste, there is no doubt they spent money here, I just don't think it was spent well.