French Millionaire Jumps Off High-Rise Balcony In Front of Real Estate Agent Showing Him The Apartment

French Millionaire Jumps Off High-Rise Balcony In Front of Real Estate Agent Showing Him The Apartment

Nothing good ever happens near the United Nations… and this story is no exception.


A wealthy French banker made an appointment to tour a swanky Manhattan apartment on the 32nd floor of a luxury high-rise building.

The apartment building is near the United Nations.. a vortex of evil, no doubt.

He and the real estate agent were making their way through the apartment when the 43-year-old millionaire ended his life by leaping off the balcony.

The New York Post reported that a French financier jumped to his death from a luxury Manhattan high-rise near the United Nations Thursday while taking a tour of a unit with a real estate agent, police sources said.

The 43-year-old man, identified as Charles-Henry Kurzen, plummeted from a 32th-floor balcony at 100 United Nations Plaza in the Turtle Bay neighborhood around 1:15 p.m. and landed on a third-floor patio, a police spokesman said.

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The French businessman, who was living in Brooklyn, was touring the apartment when he asked the agent to show him to the balcony and “then suddenly jumped off” to his death, the sources said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Kurzen, a financial banker and graduate from the Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP) Business School, was a partner at Saltbox Partners LLC and had years of experience in the French and New York financial industry, according to the company’s website.

He had previously worked as an analyst in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at Lazard Freres & Co. in Paris, the site states.


It’s unclear what led to the Frenchman killing himself and when he decided to take his own life. It’s also unclear if he had specifically set up a viewing at the address with the sole intent of leaping to his death.

That poor real estate agent.

What a horrific thing to witness.

There are so many young, successful people committing suicide lately. Imagine all the “regular” people who we don’t hear about, who are also ending their lives in record numbers…

It’s very disturbing. 


I don’t know what this man’s issues were, but I will say that there are consequences for taking people’s lies away for two years.

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