Mukesh Ambani’s New Home- Antilia
Home becomes sweeter home if we spend more than $2 billion on it. If you are thinking that who is the one who have spent this much money on the house, then the personality name is Mukesh Ambanis the Chair man of Reliance Industry. This house is the most expensive house in the world.
Let’s see something more about Mukes Ambani’s Residence.
Name Mystery of this House
Mr. Mukesh Ambani named this house as Antilia, in the name of a mythical island in the Atlantic
Location And Features
This house is situated in South Mumbai, Altamont Road. This house has 27 floors, with 600 staff to maintain this house. The leaving space room is around 4000,000 square feels and has a car parking capacity of around 168 cars. There are total nine elevators on the lobby. This residence also has three helipads along with air traffic facility. On the eight floors there is a small theatre with 50 person capacity along with health spa, yoga studio, multiple swimming pools, and a hanging garden. There is also an ice-cream room inspired by man-mad snow flurry.
If you want to know about the cost of the room as per square meter, then it cost around US $ 10,000 per square meter.
The Architecture and the constructor
The architect who built this Antilia residence is Parkins & Will from lives in Chicago and a Melbourne base contracting company named as Leighton Holdings took this contract. While building this residence they took into all consideration and also checked eight rich scale earthquake.
Obstacle during construction
Mukes Ambani purchased this property in the year 2002. Before building this residence in 2007 claimed that the structure is illegal. So Mukesh Ambani took NOC letter (NO Objection Certificate) from the owner named as Waqf Board for US $ 36,100. After that Indian Military claimed that there should not be any helipad in any of the residence, but afterword the objection was taken back.
Even after all this issue raised Mukesh Ambani solved it one by one and successfully built his residence till June 2011.