The very sleek, very modern Infinity penthouse once known as the not-super-tasteful home of serial entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal has resurfaced as an off-market listing seeking $12 million. That's nearly twice as much as the $6.9 million Chahal reportedly forked over in 2008, and the staged photos here bear no trace of the old G-monogrammed headboard or tail-on zebra skin that once covered the kitchen floor. Designed by Arquitectonica's Bernardo Fort-Brescia with Heller Manus, the three-bed, three-point-five-bath abode boasts two balconies, living room floors of (what else) Carrara marble, and about 107 linear feet of window walls. Why, that's only three linear feet fewer than the $29 million penthouse at Lumina's Tower D—making this place totally perfect for anyone who doesn't mind getting their Fort-Brescia fix secondhand.
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