With an estimated net worth of $84.7 billion, Indian industrialist Mukesh Ambani is now placed 13th on the Bloomberg Billionaire Index.
Ambani, the owner of the Indian multinational corporation Reliance Industries, frequently makes headlines for his wealth and opulent mansion.
A few days prior, a piece of Indian media said that Ambani had given his longtime, reliable employee Manoj Modi a 22-story skyscraper.
But what do we know about and how much is the 66-year-old billionaire’s home worth? Let’s look at it.
The Ambani family’s primary abode is reportedly the Antilia mansion, which has the name of a fantastical island and is situated in the Indian city of Mumbai.
The skyscraper house is one of the biggest private residences in the world, with a stunning construction and a value measured in billions of rupees.
The high-rise, a 27-story structure that was built on a plot of 400,000 square feet over the course of seven years from 2004 to 2010, was motivated by the ideas of the sun and the lotus. Three of the building’s floors are utilised as gardens, while six of them are garages with space for 168 automobiles. The skyscraper also has three helipads on its rooftop.
A 50-seat theatre, yoga studio, fitness facility, swimming pool, spa, health centre, snow room, and nine elevators are all available at the Antilia House. About 600 workers have been engaged by Ambani to maintain the structure. A magnitude 8 earthquake won’t damage it either.
The home also features a temple with a crystal and gold-covered roof.
The home was valued $2 billion in 2020. Ambani has homes not just in India but also in Dubai and London.