Mukesh Ambani set to his new home Antilia this diwali


Mukesh Ambani's new Home Antilia, the world's most expensive home on Mumbai's Altamount Road, is ready to welcome its occupants. This Diwali, Reliance Industries Ltd chairman Mukesh Ambani and family will move into their new home, according to a report in The Economic Times. Built at a whopping cost of about $2 billion (figures vary wildly from $1 billion to over $2 billion), the building is spread across 400,000 square feet and has 3 helipads on the top.
Mukesh Ambani’s new house Antilia is said to have 27 floors with 600 full staff to be working in the whole building.The height of these 27 floors would be equivalent to 60 floors of a normal building/apartment. The current residence of mukesh ambani is at Cuffe Parade. The new ambani’s home would have 3 helipads , Six floors for parking, a full floor for car maintenance, Balconies with gardens , Entertainment floor with 50 people seating floor, a refuge floor which would come in use in emergencies, facilities for athletics and a swimming pool, 2 full floors made of glass-front especially for guests of ambanis though Mukesh Ambani Current HomeBMC(Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) officials have announced that the helipad permissions have not yet been granted.