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Mukesh Ambani is the owner of this massive 27 storey house, located in Mumbai India. The cost incurred is close to $2 billion i.e. Rs.4000 Cr. and this makes it world’s most expensive residence. The area totals to 4,00,000 sq. ft. It has now become a new landmark in the city of dreams.
Though the design faced some criticism as it looks like Lego blocks put together, still the luxuries and amenities provided are top class and one of a kind. The building is approximately 550 ft high i.e. 173 meters.
- Parking Space and Garage:
The building includes six floors of parking and a garage for routine maintenance. It includes 4 floors for guest parking and two for personal parking.
- Entertainment floor :
On the eighth floor is a mini amphitheater with a capacity to hold up to 50 people. It has digital monitors to add to the luxury.
- Balconies with gardens
The building is energy efficient and the plants are planted in a solution instead of soil. there are various balconies and large window to make airy and well ventilated.
The ‘health’ floors
Antilla includes a health club, a gymnasium, swimming pool, athletic area, a dance studio with a ballroom.
- Guests Appartments :
Two storeys are reserved for Ambani’s family guests. There will be a two-storeyed glass-fronted apartment for the Ambani family’s guests above the health floors. these two floors will have terrace gardens and balconies.
The top four floors are for Ambani Family that has five members, namely Mukesh Ambani, wife Neeta Ambani, Mother Kokilaben, Two sons and a daughter. top floors provide a view of the Arabian Sea and a superb view of the city’s skyline.
- Air space floor
Two floors above the family residence are for maintenance, including one floor for air space floor, that will act as a control room for helicopters landing on the helipad above.
- Helipads :
The roof consists of three helipads
- Extras :
There will be 600 servants staff and two floors for refuge at different levels (in case of emergencies).