Mukesh Ambani, India’s richest man and chairman of the huge and profitable Reliance Industries, has built a new home estimated to be the world’s second most expensive house after Buckingham Palace. Antilia, the residence, is the epitome of luxury and extravagance. We’ve made a list of such amazing details for you. Three helipads, airport regulation, a 168-vehicle carport, a dance hall, 9 fast lifts, a 50-seat theatre, porch gardens, pool, spa, well-being emphasis, and a sanctuary are among the amenities of the building, which is 27 storeys tall, 173 meters (568 feet) tall, and more than 37,000 square meters (400,000 sq ft) in size.
1. The Origin Of The Name Antilia
It is named ‘Antilia’ after a mythical island in the Atlantic Ocean.
2. It Took 4 Years To Build This Grand Mansion
The construction of ‘Antilia’ started in 2006, and it ended in 2010. It is designed in collaboration with Hirsch Bedner Associates & Perkins and Will and Australian construction firm Leighton Contractors. B. E. Billimoria & Company Ltd. finished the building.
3. Antilia Is Situated In The Costliest Location In The World
Antilia is located on Altamount Road in South Mumbai, which is widely regarded as the world’s most expensive location. The going rate for real estate in this area is around 80,000 per square foot. The $2.2 billion building, which spans 4,00,000 square feet, is said to be the world’s second most valuable residential property, after Buckingham Palace, which belongs to the British monarchy.
4. Unique Patterns And Designs For Every Floor And Room
Each floor of Antilia has a different pattern for rooms. Through the use of unusual materials such as precious stone, marble, and mother-of-pearl in the building, there are themes of the sun and the lotus. No two stories in the Antilia are intended to be alike – regardless of the plan or materials used.
5. Luxurious Than 5 Star Hotels
The Ambani residence is equipped with a two-storey entertainment center that includes an exercise center, a wellness spa, numerous pools, a jacuzzi, separate yoga, dance studios, and other amenities.