Shocked friends of a vivacious young bank analyst who jumped to her death from Trump Place remembered her yesterday as a devoted do-gooder who "had it all."
Jessica Fashano, 27, an analyst with Citigroup since graduating from Georgetown University in 2005, left no suicide note at the 40-story luxury high-rise on Riverside Boulevard on the Upper West Side on Saturday.
She had been taking medication for depression, police sources said.
Fashano was seen on videotape entering Trump Place alone -- and "asked one resident how to get to the roof," a source said. It wasn't clear how she gained access or if she knew anyone there.
The young woman's grieving mother and sister spent yesterday removing personal effects from her West 53rd Street pad.
"Jessica was an amazing person with such a big heart . . . a beautiful girl, with a contagious laugh and a willingness to give back," said Michelle Javian, 27, who had been pals with Fashano since Georgetown.
"She had it all," added Javian, who co-founded the charity Haboring Hearts Housing Foundation, which Fashano supported.
Fashano also worked with the global charity Acumen Fund.
A Citi spokesman only said the firm was "deeply saddened" by Fashano's death.