The Upper West Side apartment that was home to Anthony Bourdain for two years before his tragic death in 2018 has been put back on the rental market. With the imminent release of the Bourdain documentary Roadrunner, and Bourdain Day to be celebrated on 25 June, it is sure to attract a lot of interest.
The luxury condo, just a short walk from Central Park, and with floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River, was put up for rent a month after the chef passed away for a price of $14,200 per month, but is now available for the lower monthly rent of $12,000.
Bourdian formerly lived in a four-bedroom condo on the Upper East Side with his ex-wife Ottavia Busia, which was sold for $3.3 million a year after his death, but this apartment is where the chef lived for the last two years of his life. It has all the amenities one would expect from such a listing, with a doorman, gym, indoor swimming pool, residents’ lounge, movie theatre, landscaped outdoor patio, and a private garage. The kitchen has white marble countertops and stainless steel appliances.
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