Anthony Bourdain’s New York City Apartment Is for Rent Two Months After His Death
Anthony Boudain’s former New York City apartment is now up for rent.
According to E! News, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment located in Columbus Circle is now available for rent just two months after his death. Bourdain died by suicide in early June while traveling in France and filming his show, Parts Unknown. The beloved host was 61 years old.
According to the apartment’s listing on Street Easy, the home features “west exposure with breathtaking city and Hudson River views, floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen with top of the line appliances, hardwood floors, washer/dryer and ample closet space including two walk-in closets.” It is currently listed at $14,200 a month.
The building, the listing further noted, also comes with a full-time doorman, a concierge, spa, gym, lounge, screening room, garage, and sundeck.
As the photos in the listing show, the 1,280-square-foot apartment is indeed drenched in sunshine, and the kitchen does truly come with every amenity a chef like Bourdain could want. The apartment also has easy access to Whole Foods, which is located in the building’s basement.
Bourdain never owned the property, however. Variety reported that the chef and television host likely leased the property at some point after 2016, when he separated from his wife, Ottavia Busia. Bourdain and Busia bought a two-unit combination apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in late 2013 for $3.35 million, according to Variety. Busia reportedly retains ownership of that unit. Still, if you’re looking for a bit of Bourdain’s magic to rub off on you, this could be the apartment for you.