A 25-year-old private-equity associate was found dead in New York City after falling from a high-rise apartment complex

A young man fell to his death from a high-rise in New York City. The man was working for a New York-based private-equity firm.
Drew Miller died in Manhattan. His body was found by police in front of Windsor Court, a large apartment complex on the corner of East 31st and 32nd Streets.

The New York Police Department confirmed Miller's identity in an email to Insider. Annette Shelton said that Miller's body was found when police responded to calls at 8 a.m. on Monday. Shelton said the individual died at the scene.

Miller was an associate at New York-based private-equity firm GreyLion Capital. GreyLion was spun out of the asset-management arm of Perella Weinberg Partners last year.
Jody Shechtman, a partner and head of marketing and business development at GreyLion, wrote in an email to Insider that Drew was an incredibly bright and talented individual who was well liked and highly regarded by all who had the pleasure of working with him.

We are very sad about his passing. Our sympathies are with Drew's family and loved ones.

The death of an unnamed male was reported by amNY, but it did not identify him in the article.
The publication cited unnamed " police sources" as saying that Miller had jumped from the high-rise.

The New York Medical Examiner's Office turned down multiple comment requests from Insider. The NYPD is investigating Miller's death and the Medical Examiner is trying to determine his cause of death.

According to amNY, Miller's body was found with personal effects. A backpack and duffel bag, a laptop computer, tablet, medication, and house keys were among the items included.

Miller was an investment banking analyst at a healthcare-focused investment bank which was acquired by KeyBanc. An email comment request to Robert Fraiman and Danielle LeBenger was not returned on Tuesday.
Miller worked at the company. He obtained a bachelor's degree in finance from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.