The owners of a luxury suite at Barclays Center last year for roughly $1 million is suing Barclays Center for the second time within one year.
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit are Ludwig’s Drug Store in Prospect Heights, who claim that arena officials told them that they could make $600,000 return on the suite by reselling the tickets to the suite, but only recouped slightly over $100,000 according to the filed lawsuit accessed by the New York Post.
“We take great exception to the assertion that Ludwig’s would have licensed a suite for the purpose of reselling suite tickets . . . when this . . . is completely contrary to the terms of the suite license,” Barclays Center spokesman Barry Baum said to the Post in a statement.
Three of the owners at Ludwig’s are already in the midst of a lawsuit against Barclays Center, which seeks $4 million in damages for racial discrimination that they allege occurred after they bought the suite.
New York Post — Luxury-box owners suing Barclay’s (sic) Center