Josh Kovaks is the administrator of a skyscraper apartment suite in New York. He is near all the inhabitants, particularly lender Arthur Shaw. One day Shaw is captured by the FBI for misrepresentation. Josh supposes it’s a misconception that can be determined, however later he discovers that the workers’ benefits store – which he requested that Shaw handle – is gone. When one of the workers tries to murder himself, Josh’s perspectives of Shaw change. He goes to see him and loses his temper, and his occupation. The FBI operators in control lets him know that Shaw may walk, and recouping the annuity asset is improbable. She lets him know that it’s been supposed that Shaw has $20 million lying around in the event that he needs it in a rush. Josh supposes he knows where it is, so with two other let go workers and a removed inhabitant, they set out to get into Shaw’s penthouse to get the cash. Yet, they understand they require the help of somebody who knows how to take, so Josh asks an old associate named Slide who he knows is a cheat to help them.