Just a few months after the devastating news of Anthony Bourdain’s passing, his New York City condo is up for rent. Bourdain didn’t own the property — he leased the two-bedroom, two-bath condo. Here’s a look at how the “Parts Unknown” star lived.

Breathtaking city and river views from Anthony Bourdain’s 64th-floor condo

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Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the stunning views from nearly every room of the 1,283-square-foot apartment.

The galley kitchen features Calacatta marble and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances

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It’s not the biggest kitchen, but it’s perfectly laid out, even for a star chef.

Both bedrooms have big walk-in closets and views

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The slightly larger master bedroom has his-and-hers walk-in closets. Floor-to-ceiling windows have views that are unobstructed by other high-rises, creating a sense of open space and privacy.

The master bathroom features high-end materials and finishes

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The ample master bathroom features double sinks, a glass-enclosed shower and a soaking tub.

The building has great amenities, like a full-time doorman, a concierge and this screening room

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There’s a screening room in the building with comfortable leather lounge chairs.

Plus a health club and a spa

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The gym overlooks south Central Park.

The outdoor sun deck is an oasis from the busy city below

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The building’s sun deck features mature trees and plenty of greenery for a nature-reserve feel.

According to Douglas Elliman’s records, the streamlined, contemporary apartment was originally leased by Bourdain in September 2016 for $13,000 per month and is currently for lease for $14,200 per month. Photography by Douglas Elliman.