All the information you need about Mukesh Ambani’s 27-story home
Mukesh Ambani is an Indian businessman who has a net worth of $84.7 billion. He is ranked number 13 on the Bloomberg Billionaire Index.
Ambani owns the Indian global conglomerate Reliance Industries. His wealth and expensive home are often in the news.
A few days ago, an Indian news source said that Ambani gave his longtime employee and valued worker Manoj Modi a 22-story building as a gift.
But what do we know about the private home of the 66-year-old billionaire, and how much is it worth? Let’s take a look.
The Antilia house, which is in the Indian city of Mumbai and is named after a made-up island, is said to be the main home of the Ambani family.
The skyscraper mansion is one of the biggest private homes in the world. It has a beautiful design and is worth billions of rupees.
The 27-story high-rise was built on an area of 400,000 square feet over the course of seven years, from 2004 to 2010. Its design was based on the sun and the lotus. It has three helipads on its roof, gardens on three floors, and sheds that can hold 168 cars on six floors.
The Antilia house has a 50-seat theater, a yoga center, an exercise center, a swimming center, a spa, a health center, a snow room, and nine lifts. Ambani has hired about 600 people to keep the building in good shape. It can also stand up to an 8-magnitude earthquake.
There is also a temple in the house with a ceiling made of crystals and gold.
The house was worth $2 billion in 2020. Ambani also owns property in Dubai and London, in addition to India.