Woman, 40, jumps to her death from luxury apartment building in NYC

NYC woman, 40, jumps to her death from the sixth floor of her luxury apartment building in Manhattan after leaving behind suicide note

  • An NYPD source told DailyMail.com that emergency services were called to the swanky apartment building on 57th street just after 7am on Tuesday
  • She was pronounced dead at the scene
  • The woman, who has not been identified, left behind a suicide note 
  •  If you or anyone you know is suffering from suicidal thoughts, please call or text the National Suicide Hotline 24/7 at 988 or 1-800-273-8255 

A 40-year-old woman plunged to her death from the sixth floor of a swanky Manhattan high-rise apartment building on Tuesday morning. 

An NYPD source told DailyMail.com that at 7:14 am, emergency services were called to 157 East 57th street in the Sutton Place neighborhood in New York City. The building is located close to third avenue. 

A woman was found with injuries that were consistent with a fall, she was pronounced dead at the scene. 

The source did not identify the woman. 

The woman left behind a suicide note, reports the New York Post. 

According to Solil, the management company that runs the building, it was constructed in 1960 and consists of 111 apartment units over 19 floors

According to Solil, the management company that runs the building, it was constructed in 1960 and consists of 111 apartment units over 19 floors

Sutton Place is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City, according to Forbes

Sutton Place is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City, according to Forbes

According to Solil, the management company that runs the building, it was constructed in 1960 and consists of 111 apartment units over 19 floors. 

There is currently one listed apartment for rent in the building, a two-bedroom that is on the market for $6,150 via StreetEasy. 

Sutton Place is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City, according to Forbes.  

In 2021, City Health Commissioner Dr. Dave A. Chokshi said that New Yorkers were still suffering hard mentally from effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Every 16 hours, someone dies from suicide in New York City. Based on Community Health Survey data, 2.4 percent of NYC adults ages 18 and older seriously thought about killing themselves at some point in the past 12 months, Chokshi said. 

Among those with suicidal ideation, 14.1% attempted suicide in the past 12 months. 

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