Justin Casquejo scaled skyscrapers in New York City. LiveJN/Instagram

Most people in New York City settle for staring at the many skyscrapers from street level or they buy a ticket to the top of the Empire State Building or the One World Observatory, but not 19-year-old Justin Casquejo. The thrill-seeking teen, who goes by the name @livejn on Instagram, likes to see the buildings from above, frequently while hanging from them with one hand, camera in the other.

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He made headlines in 2014 for climbing to the top of One World Trade and hanging out there for two hours, literally. Then he was just 16 years old and he some how managed to get onto the property and up the 104 stories to the top of the building. He was arrested after the stunt but that hasn’t stopped him from climbing. Since then he’s been arrested a few more times for pulling the same kind of stunts.

Thursday evening, Casquejo, made headlines again when he was arrested for scaling another one of the city’s skyscrapers, the Paramount Tower. The Paramount is a luxury apartment building near midtown Manhattan in the Murray Hill neighborhood. He was spotted on top of the building around 9 p.m. EDT Thursday, according to the Daily News. Police subsequently arrested him and charged him with reckless endangerment and criminal trespass.

Casquejo is from Weehawken, NJ, and has a pretty big online following. His Instagram account has more than 45,000 followers and his YouTube channel has more than 5,000 subscribers and some of his videos have tens of thousands of views. He and a team of other climbers called “Team Destiny” do the daring climbs together and make videos for their channel.

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He calls his climbs art and his Instagram feed is full of photos of him hanging by a hand or leaning off of the tall buildings.

He climbs all over the city with friends. Photos show him and friends high above Times Square, Bryant Park, Central Park and more.

A video he posted to his YouTube channel on Tuesday called “Me at 19” had the caption: “Almost out of adventure films! So here's something different.” Indicating that he may have been climbing the Paramount to make his next film.

He also has a website where he is raising money to support his filmmaking and his life. The site says, “If you are moved by my work and would like to help me create more and inspire more people, donate. Everything is appreciated. I want to make sharing amazing experiences with amazing people like you my future. Thank you.”

Since Thursday evening Casquejo had not updated any of his social media accounts. International Business Times reached out to Casquejo Friday but had not heard back at the time of this article.