Luxury is reaching new heights. Trump Taj Mahal celebrates the final construction phase of their new tower. To commemorate this event, the last steel beam was signed and hoisted into place, celebrating both the efforts of the entire construction crew and the fulfillment of the vision that has made the new tower at Trump Taj Mahal a reality.As the tradition holds, the beam was signed by the Governor, Mr. Trump and Ivanka Trump, Trump Executives, government leaders and many others in attendance. The new tower at Trump Taj Mahal is expected to open with approximately 400 rooms on the first twenty floors in early September 2008. An estimated 100 rooms will be added each month until all rooms are completed by the end of December 2008.The tower is planned to feature 782 guest rooms, including 74 suites. Four of the suites will be luxury suites with the same style of amenities and service available in The Penthouse Suites at the Taj Mahal.All of the rooms in the new tower were designed with the business and leisure traveler in mind. Larger rooms with higher ceilings and modern bathrooms include double sinks recessed into Brazilian granite counter tops, over sized walk-in showers with water closets in a separate room and other amenities, which were planned to offer guests a luxurious residential experience during their stay. Each room will be equipped with a 50” hi-definition plasma TV, iPod® docking station, wireless Internet access and more.The estimated total cost of construction is $255 million. For more information log on to