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Man, 52, jumps to his death from 18th floor of 57-story ‘Jenga’ glass tower in Manhattan

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A 52-year-old man in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood jumps to his death from the 18th floor of a 57-story glass ‘Jenga’ tower

  • A NYPD spokeswoman said the call was about a jump at 56 Leonard Street, near Church Street, around 12:30 p.m.
  • City EMS officials responded to the incident and were seen carrying the man’s body in a black body bag.
  • The man, who has not yet been identified or named, was pronounced dead before leaving the scene.
  • A second person, also unidentified, was hospitalized with minor injuries, an FDNY spokesperson said.

A 52-year-old man died on Friday after jumping from the 18th floor of a gorgeous 57-story building housing apartments worth up to $50 million in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood.

A NYPD spokeswoman said the call about the jump at 56 Leonard Street near Church Street came in around 12:30 p.m.

Located at 56 Leonard Street in the fashionable Tribeca neighborhood, this building has rows of floors and looks like a wobbly Jenga tower.

The penthouse apartment in the building was $50 million.

City EMS officials responded to the incident and were seen carrying the man’s body in a black body bag.

A 52-year-old man died Friday after jumping from the 18th floor of a 57-story building in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood.

A NYPD spokeswoman said the call was about a jump at 56 Leonard Street, near Church Street, around 12:30 p.m.

A NYPD spokeswoman said the call was about a jump at 56 Leonard Street, near Church Street, around 12:30 p.m.

City EMS officials responded to the building, which was built in the late 2010s and has a unique

City EMS officials responded to the building, which was built in the late 2010s and has a unique “Jenga” style design, around 12:30 p.m.

City EMS officials responded to the incident and were seen carrying the man's body in a black body bag.

City EMS officials responded to the incident and were seen carrying the man’s body in a black body bag.

The man, who has not yet been identified or named, was pronounced dead before leaving the scene.

The man, who has not yet been identified or named, was pronounced dead before leaving the scene.

A second person, also unidentified, was hospitalized with minor injuries, an FDNY spokesperson said.their status is unknown

A second person, also unidentified, was hospitalized with minor injuries, an FDNY spokesperson said.their status is unknown

The man, who has not yet been identified or named, was pronounced dead before leaving the scene.

A second person, also unidentified, was hospitalized with minor injuries, an FDNY spokesperson said.

A woman was seen distraught and crying near the building before finally entering an ambulance.

An FDNY spokesperson could not confirm the age or gender of the hospitalized person.

The structure’s website lists amenities such as a library lounge, indoor/outdoor theater, estuary with 75-foot pool, landscaped outdoor sundeck and hot tub, fitness center, yoga studio, steam room, sauna, and private rooms. It has been. dining room.

Located at 56 Leonard Street in the fashionable Tribeca neighborhood, this building has rows of floors and looks like a wobbly Jenga tower.

Located at 56 Leonard Street in the fashionable Tribeca neighborhood, this building has rows of floors and looks like a wobbly Jenga tower.

The structure's website lists amenities such as a library lounge, indoor/outdoor theater, estuary with 75-foot pool, landscaped outdoor sundeck and hot tub, fitness center, yoga studio, steam room, sauna, and private rooms. It has been.dining room

The structure’s website lists amenities such as a library lounge, indoor/outdoor theater, estuary with 75-foot pool, landscaped outdoor sundeck and hot tub, fitness center, yoga studio, steam room, sauna, and private rooms. It has been.dining room

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Developed by Alexico Group56 Leonard is the first skyscraper designed by international architects Herzog & de Meuron.

It took a whopping 33 months to build. Each step was recorded by his webcam company EarthCam and put together in this amazing video.

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