Just two months after Anthony Bourdain’s death, the celebrity chef’s Manhattan apartment is up for sale.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on the 64th floor of the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle features a breathtaking view of the Hudson River out of impressive floor-to-ceiling windows. The 1,280-square-foot unit also, not surprisingly, boasts a top-of-the-line kitchen with new appliances and white marble countertops.
The listing, posted two weeks ago by Douglas Elliman on real estate site Streeteasy, also notes that the building features a full-time doorman, concierge service, a health club, spa, resident’s lounge, screening room, landscaped sundeck and garage. The rent for the apartment is currently listed at $14,200 per month.
Bourdain died by suicide in a French hotel room on June 8 while shooting an episode of his CNN food and travel series Parts Unknown. The world premiere of the final season of the docuseries will kick off this year's Food Film Festival in NYC, which runs October 24–28.
The premiere episode of the season will be of particular interest to New Yorkers, with a focus on the diverse food scene on the Lower East Side. The episode will follow Bourdain as he explores local culinary treasures (some of which the audience will be able to sample during the screening) as well as the neighborhood's wide-ranging impact on music, film and art.
Early bird tickets for the event are on sale now, with single-screening tickets being released on August 29.