Anthony Bourdain’s Midtown apartment, which he reportedly rented before his death in June, is once again on the rental market. TMZ reports that the luxury rental on the 64th floor of the Time Warner Center has been on the market for two weeks, and is available for $14,200/month. It’s listed with Sule Haskell of Douglas Elliman.
While public records do not link Bourdain to the apartment, recent interviews with the legendary chef, author, and television host made reference to his home “on the 64th floor of a Midtown skyscraper.” In an interview with Fodor’s in 2010, Bourdain noted that he thought “the Time Warner Center is the ugliest building in the universe,” but he frequented restaurants in the complex, including the high-end sushi joint Masa. (Chef Masa Takayama appeared on an episode of Bourdain’s acclaimed CNN series Parts Unknown.)
The Time Warner Center is also home to CNN’s New York HQ, which would have been convenient for Bourdain, who hosted Parts Unknown since 2013. He was in the middle of filming a new season at the time of his death.
Previously, Bourdain had called the Upper East Side home; in 2011, he purchased a $3.35 million condo on East 94th Street with his estranged wife, Ottavia Busia. Property records indicate that they have not sold the apartment.
A rep for Douglas Elliman did not immediately respond to a request for comment; we’ll update with more information as it becomes available.