You Can Now Rent the Late Anthony Bourdain’s NY Condo
Move Into the Late Anthony Bourdain’s Luxury Midtown Apartment
Merely two months after the reality TV star and celebrity chef’s death, Anthony Bourdain’s Hell’s Kitchen apartment is on the market for rent. The late globetrotting celebrity reportedly lived in this centrally located apartment before his untimely passing last April. While Bourdain had been connected with multiple New York City apartment properties throughout his life, including a $3.35 million dollar condo on the upper east side, this midtown apartment appears to have been the latest.
While there are no public records linking Bourdain to the apartment, interviews with the late celebrity chef describe his apartment located in midtown on the 64th floor, overlooking the Hudson, just like this one. The apartment is now for rent for $14,200 per month – read on for a walk around the place, and see if this rental is right for you!
This Midtown Luxury Apartment Is in Close Proximity to Everything a Chef or Foodie Craves
The apartment is located in the Time Warner Center Complex, which is also home to the high-end sushi restaurant Masa. Masa is owned by head chef Masa Takayama, who appeared on Bourdain’s show Parts Unknown. Conveniently, the Time Warner Complex is also home to CNN’s New York headquarters, the television channel which aired Parts Unknown.
Residents of this condominium complex also have access to luxury shopping including Coach and Tourneau, in addition to Equinox and Whole Foods. The building has a full-time doorman, concierge service, fitness club, spa, garage parking, and a landscaped sound deck.
Live Life Like Bourdain in His Hell’s Kitchen Apartment
Despite being centrally located near all of New York’s hottest attractions, this gorgeous apartment is so well-equipped that you may never feel tempted to leave. The two bedroom, two bathroom apartment also features top-of-the-line kitchen equipment so that you can channel Bourdain’s love of food every time you step into the kitchen.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and bedrooms reveal gorgeous west-facing views of the city and of the Hudson River beyond. An article published by the Wall Street Journal writes of Anthony Bourdain’s midtown views, “Inevitably, the view conjures thoughts of setting off into the distance,” a concept that Bourdain was more than familiar with, as his job required him to travel for the majority of his days.
Sit Back, Relax, and Enjoy the Views From This Luxury Apartment
In addition to expansive views of the city and the Hudson Valley Beyond, this apartment also features expansive storage space inside. Two large walk-in closets allow residents to spread their wings throughout this airy, modern apartment.
Hardwood floors and a gorgeous remodeled bathroom together make this apartment a diamond in the midtown ‘ruff. The apartment also features washer and dryer units located within—a rarity for apartments in this part of New York City. Ask any New Yorker and they’ll tell you that the $14,200 price tag is totally worth it for a centrally located apartment with a washer/dryer hookup, parking, and a view.
Pay Homage to the Late Bourdain Everyday by Renting His Midtown Apartment
While there will never be another celebrity chef quite like Bourdain, you can honor his memory every day by renting out his luxury midtown Manhattan apartment. Live life in the fast lane, just like Bourdain would have wanted, in the apartment that features convenient proximity to all of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods and destinations.
You’ll not only have access to the best restaurants in the city in addition to the most convenient trains, but you’ll also be able to gaze out into the same view that Bourdain undoubtedly looked at with his unrivaled sense of wanderlust.