Anthony Bourdain’s NYC apartment up for rent with price cut

Anthony Bourdain’s Manhattan apartment he lived in for years before his untimely death is back up for rent, The Post has learned.

The late “Parts Unknown” host first rented the split two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence in 2016 for $13,000 per month, up until his death in 2018, when he took his own life.

In August 2018, two months following the celebrity chef’s suicide, the Upper West Side apartment was back up for rent at $14,200 per month. It rented out a month later.

On Thursday, June 17, three years after Bourdain’s passing, the New York City residence is once again back up for rent at $12,000 per month.

Located at the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, now known as the Deutsche Bank Center, the apartment features panoramic views of the city and Hudson River.

The revamped Deutsche Bank Center boasts outdoor spaces.
The revamped Deutsche Bank Center boasts outdoor spaces.
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The living room.
The living room.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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One of two bedrooms.
One of two bedrooms.
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Another bedroom.
Another bedroom.
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One of two bathrooms.
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Spanning over 1,200 square feet, the residence is made up of floor-to-ceiling windows, top-of-the-line kitchen appliances, a washer and dryer unit and an expansive closet, according to the listing.

Building amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge service, a health club, a spa, a residents’ lounge, a screening room, a landscaped sundeck and a private garage.

The travel documentarian also owned an Upper East Side apartment with wife Ottavia Bussia that sold for $3.3 million about a year after his death.

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On June 8, 2018, Bourdain was found dead by his friend Éric Ripert at the Le Chambard hotel in Kaysersberg, France. They had been collaborating and working on an episode of “Parts Unknown” in Strasbourg.

He was 61 years old.

“Roadrunner,” a documentary film about his life, is set to be released on July 16 on HBO Max.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, you can get help 24/7 from the National Suicide Hotline, 800-273-8255.

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