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A 3,382 square foot penthouse at The Infinity is currently the most expensive public listing for a residential home in San Francisco. The asking price? A cool $12 million.

301 Main Street #37B has proven to be a hard sell. The penthouse is owned by Gurbaksh Chahal, a controversial tech entrepreneur who was convicted and jailed for domestic abuse in 2013. According to SF Gate, Chahal first listed the residence in April of 2015 for $12 million, but then drastically reduced the price by 27 percent to $8.8 million in August of 2015. Once again, there were no takers and the listing was yanked from public view. Then in February of 2016, Chahal put the property back on the market for $7.995 million. Curiously, the price has now risen by $4 million, a spike amounting to more than 33 percent.

If you’ve got deep pockets, your home could be the entire Eastern half of the top floor of Tower 1 at The Infinity. Designed by Arquitectonica’s Bernardo Fort-Brescia with Heller Manus, the sleek highrise home comes complete with 10.7 linear feet of window walls. The 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath condo boasts three separate outdoor spaces, 10.5-foot ceilings, custom motorized window coverings, Studio Becker closet treatments and a state-of-the-art kitchen with Viking and Thermador appliances.

Not long ago, Curbed SF wrote a scathing critique of the penthouse’s ostentatious decor while it was Chahal’s domain. Thankfully, the monogrammed headboard is not included, though the imported marble flooring, worth $250,000, remains very much intact.

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