Anthony Bourdain’s Time Warner Center apartment hits the rental market

Celebrity chef once called tower the “ugliest building in the world”

TRD New York /
Aug.August 13, 2018 10:30 AM

Time Warner Center at 10 Columbus Circle and Anthony Bourdain (Credit: Wikipedia and Getty Images)

Anthony Bourdain’s Time Warner Center apartment is now available as a $14,200-per-month rental, two months after the celebrity chef committed suicide.

The two-bedrom, two-bathroom pad has hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Hudson River, according to TMZ, which first reported on the listing.

The New York Post identified the condominium as unit 64F, which property records show sold for $2 million in 2004.

Bourdain in 2010 told Fodors.com that he liked to visit the Time Warner Center to eat at Per Se or Masa, but that he thought it was “the ugliest building in the world.”

Bourdain ended his own life in France in June at the age of 61. He had previously been planning on opening a Singapore-inspired market at RXR Realty and YoungWoo & Associates’ Pier 57 project, but pulled the plug late last year. [TMZ, NYP] – Rich Bockmann

 
 

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