Two months after the passing of legendary foodie, chef, and TV host Anthony Bourdain, the Manhattan apartment he called home has been put on the market for a whopping $14,200 a month.
Located at the Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle, the swanky two bedroom, two bath pad features floor-to-ceiling windows (which offer incredible high rise views of the city), hardwood floors, and a kitchen with "top of the line appliances," according to the listing by Douglas Elliman.
Residents in the luxe building also enjoy a concierge service, an in-house spa, gym, and screening room, as well as a landscaped sundeck and mini dog park. A dreamy spot for sure - but with some big shoes to fill.
[Photos via StreetEasy/Douglas Elliman]