Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard is renting at Midtown’s athlete-filled Sky

Posted On Fri, April 13, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, April 13, 2018 By In Celebrities, Midtown West

Not only do the Mets have a winning record on the field to star the season, but their star pitcher Noah Syndergaard is racking up the runs when it comes to real estate. Last year, he rented at Midtown’s swanky MiMA tower, and now Curbed reports that he’s spending this season just a few blocks west on 42nd Street at the pro athlete-filled Sky, the largest rental in NYC. Not only does fellow Mets pitcher A.J. Ramos live there, but so do Knicks stars Kristaps Porzingis and Sasha Vujacic. Plus, the building has a Carmelo Anthony-designed NBA regulation-sized basketball court and 70,000-square-foot recreation facility.

Curbed got wind of the news from a couple photos Syndergaard posted on Instagram, as well as a press release that revealed he’s living in a corner two-bedroom to maximize his views. “I only have to leave the building for Mets games. I love it!” he said.

The 60-story rental building was completed in 2015 by the Moinian Group. It has 1,116 market-rate apartments and 235 affordable units.

As mentioned, the big draw for sports pros is very likely the fitness-centric amenities package. In addition to the aforementioned basketball court, there are high-end gyms, three pools (one of which is on the roof), yoga and cycling studios, and a putting green. Other offerings include a billiards lounge, spa (and pet spa), rooftop terrace, fully landscaped courtyard, room service, and private motor court.

It’s not clear exactly which unit Syndergaard is renting, but currently listed two-bedrooms range from a $5,700/month apartment on the 62nd floor to an $8,000/month pad on the 57th floor.

[Via Curbed]

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