I always enjoyed watching "Parts Unknown" with Anthony Bourdain. He had a great dry sense of humor and always seemed to be ready for an adventure. Plus, people that knew him said he was an amazing and inventive chef.

Anthony Bourdain's New York Apartment is up for rent three years after the "Parts Unknown" host's death.

Anthony Bourdain has a few different residences across the globe since he traveled so much. This apartment/condo in New York is pretty understated at only 1,200 square feet with only two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The apartment hasn't been rented since Bourdain's death in 2018. Before you ask, you should know that Bourdain didn't take his life in this apartment. That happened in a hotel in France while he had been filming "Parts Unknown".

The monthly rent for the apartment has recently dropped from $14,000 a month to $12,000 a month.

Anthony Bourdain's New York Apartment Is Available For Rent

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

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