Horror as man plummets to his death after falling off luxury skyscraper in NYC where rent costs up to $10,000

  • A man fell to his death from a luxury skyscraper in New York City on Sunday
  • The tragedy occurred at 19 Dutch Street at Fulton Street in lower Manhattan

A man fell to his death from a luxury skyscraper in New York City on Sunday evening in an apparent suicide.

The incident took place at 19 Dutch Street at Fulton Street in Manhattan’s Financial District, a luxury building where rents can run as much as $10,000 a month.

The death is likely a suicide, sources suggested to DailyMail.com on Sunday night.

Images from the scene showed a large police presence, and the deceased covered with a white sheet.

It comes after a series of leaping suicides in affluent neighborhoods around New York in recent months.

A man plunged to his death from a luxury skyscraper in New York on Sunday night in an apparent suicide

A man plunged to his death from a luxury skyscraper in New York on Sunday night in an apparent suicide

The death is likely a suicide, sources suggested to DailyMail.com on Sunday night

The death is likely a suicide, sources suggested to DailyMail.com on Sunday night

Images from the scene showed a large police presence, and the deceased covered with a white sheet

Images from the scene showed a large police presence, and the deceased covered with a white sheet

A 56-year-old jumped to his death from the fourth floor of a posh Upper East Side townhouse in Manhattan in December.

The unnamed man was found in front of 18 East 67th Street, near Madison Avenue, just before 7:30 a.m. on December 21st.

The pre-war building rents out units for up to $9000 a month. First responders rushed the man to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The man left a note, reports the New York Post.

Earlier that month, a 35-year-old woman died after jumping from a high-rise building known as The Brittany, near Mayor Eric Adams’ residence in Gracie Mansion.

The incident took place at 19 Dutch Street at Fulton Street in Manhattan's Financial District, a luxury building where rents can run as much as $10,000 a month.

The incident took place at 19 Dutch Street at Fulton Street in Manhattan’s Financial District, a luxury building where rents can run as much as $10,000 a month.

The incident on Sunday comes after a series of jumping suicides in affluent neighborhoods around New York City in recent months

The incident on Sunday comes after a series of jumping suicides in affluent neighborhoods around New York City in recent months

In October, a 47-year-old man jumped to his death from the Gotham Hotel in Midtown. In the summer, three men died within two days after taking their own lives.

One of those men died by jumping from a luxury high-rise.

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, please call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or go to SuicidePreventionLifeline.org.