COLUMBUS CIRCLE — A woman plunged out of an upper-story window of a residential tower on Sunday morning and died in an apparent suicide, police said.
The woman, 25, who was not identified immediately, jumped out of the window of the 23rd floor of an apartment at 1 Columbus Place, which converges at West 58th Street and Ninth Avenue, officials said.
She was found at 8:23 a.m. on a fifth-floor exterior landing, police said, though it may have been the roof of a front-set portion of the 51-story building, which has setbacks on higher floors.
The property, which is owned by the Brodsky Organization, was set to have an open house Sunday, and bills itself as a luxury rental with listed units ranging from $2,500 to $7,700 per month.
Tenants or guarantors are required to earn at least 40 to 80 times the monthly rent, according to the building's website.
The woman was declared dead on arrival, police said, and an investigation was ongoing.
Calls to the building's management were not returned.