The first-ever resale of duplex in the Infinity’s second tower has just happened. Luxury 2-story unit’s on the 39th and 40th floors in 42 story rounded glass tower, has been listed by Sotheby’s International Realty for $3.2 million. It last sold in 2010 for $1,760,000.
This 3 bedroom and 3 bathroom apartment spreads over 1,800 square feet of interior living, complete with 470-square-foot private terrace on each floor, making it one of the development’s largest residences. Uniquely positioned on the southern face of The Infinity’s most Southern Tower, the duplex provides privacy and expansive panoramic views, including the Golden Gate Bridge and several picturesque counties.
African Wenge hardwood floors and oversize curved walls of glass revealing water, land and sky, welcomes you on the entering. The duplex with smart-home infrastructure boasts reworked floor plan, which include modern kitchen with plentiful CaesarStone counters, custom cabinets and a breakfast bar, a custom wall incorporating a Media Center in the Living Room, as well as the custom full guest bath with contemporary finishes such as the Concreteworks vanity and natural stone basin, an oak pocket door and ceramic floor tiles.
The unit’s master suite expands and enriches its living space with a sky terrace, matching walk-in closets and dual sinks in the master bath along with a floating mirror, a soaking tub and a separate shower stall.
A frosted-glass panel leads to an upper-level suite outfitted as an office with two work stations. Conceivably, the upper suite could accommodate overnight guests or serve as a full bedroom.
Iconic Infinity Condominiums are located just one block from the Embarcadero and the water’s edge, and designed by globally celebrated architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia to provide unparalleled views of the San Francisco Bay and City. The towers are wrapped distinctively in teal glass – pair open, contemporary floor plans with refined materials to create a striking landmark to the City’s famous skyline.