A development employee plummeted 4 flooring to his demise at a landmarked constructing on the Upper West Side on Monday morning, police mentioned.
The 36-year-old hardhat was on scaffolding at 263 West End Ave. in Manhattan on the Upper West Side when he tumbled to his demise round 11:25 a.m., cops mentioned.
He was pronounced useless on the scene.
It wasn’t clear what kind of labor the person was doing on the constructing between West 72nd and West 73rd streets, cops mentioned.
The actual property web site StreetEasy.com describes the construction as an “elegant prewar co-op building with 22 floors and 125 apartments.”
It was initially constructed in 1929, data present.