His New York landlord sued new York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard. The latter also asserts Syndergaard failed to pay rent to the lower Manhattan penthouse he had intended to reside in throughout the 2020 year, according to a federal lawsuit obtained by USA TODAY Sports.
At a rate of $27,000 a month, according to the complaint, the mat is”that a 2,700 square foot duplex, with three bedrooms, three large terraces, luxury architectural layout, and designer finishes.”
The house’s condo board accepted the arrangement on February 20. However, according to the lawsuit, Syndergaard, 27,” handled the binding Lease such as a substitute” and didn’t move in the flat or cover.
Per the criticism, the landlord advised Syndergaard about April 17 that he’d defaulted on the rent and owed at least $80,000, not including late penalties and interest. He and his attorneys responded on April 30, telling the landlord Syndergaard” has no intention of taking ownership of the subject premises, and the landlord is free to re-rent it because he sees fit.”
The penthouse went on the marketplace. However, 600 Summer hasn’t yet found a renter, ” the complaint said.
That the coronavirus pandemic has postponed that the baseball season forever, and Syndergaard would not have been ditching in 2020 anyhow; on March 24, the Mets announced the right-hander was undergoing Tommy John elbow surgery, which he did two weeks after.
600 Summer is looking at least $250,000 for breach of contract and more money to accounts for “lawyers fees, expenses, and other expenses of litigation.”