PHOTO: The Trump International Hotel & Tower in Manhattan, New York. (Photo via Flickr/Lara)
New York City's Trump International Hotel & Tower was partially evacuated early Friday morning after a fire broke out on the 47th floor.
CBS New York reported at least one person was treated for smoke inhalation.
Authorities attributed the blaze to a piece of machinery that malfunctioned in an unoccupied apartment unit that was in the process of being renovated.
The fire was first reported shortly after 4 a.m. and was brought under control by 5:20 a.m. As of Friday morning, the upper floors of the building were being vented because of carbon monoxide concerns.
Citing FDNY officials and sources, the New York Daily News reported the fire is not believed to be suspicious.
The five-star Trump International Hotel & Tower is located on Columbus Circle in Manhattan and stands 583 feet tall. In addition to hotel rooms on the lower floors, the building features more than 160 residential condominiums between the 23rd and 52nd floors.