Upper East Side resident says landlord cleared out WRONG apartment by accident
Nilay Shroff is suing in Manhattan Supreme Court after his $1,700-per-month home was dumped out, including his clothes, kitchen supplies and passport, according to his lawsuit.
BY BARBARA ROSS AND LARRY MCSHANE / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
PUBLISHED: TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 2014, 10:45 AM
UPDATED: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2014, 8:51 AM
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Nilay Shroff’s Upper East Side flat was looted by mistake – he lives in 2D, but 2B was the one his landlord wanted empty. Priceless family photos were among the belongings he lost.
What a difference a D makes.
An Upper East Side software maker says his $1,700-a-month apartment was stripped almost bare in a bizarre mistake — with a lifetime of memories, clothes and furniture shipped to the city dump.
Nilay Shroff, 27, filed suit alleging a massive management mixup sent a cleaning contractor to his apartment 2D instead of nearby 2B inside 409 E. 74th St.
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Nilay Shroff charges in a lawsuit that his $1,700-a-month apartment was stripped almost bare in a bizarre mistake.
“It’s just pure negligence,” Shroff said Tuesday at his since-restocked home. “It’s really ridiculous.”
A shocked Shroff returned home from his IT job with Deloitte & Touche on Oct. 9, 2013, carrying a bagful of groceries. He opened the door, walked inside, and immediately noticed his kitchen table was missing.
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