The palatial Antilia
The first six levels of the glass tower, which stands about 174 metres, has a garage where more than 160 cars can be parked and has nine elevators, the reports said.
On the top floors of the house, with a sweeping view of the city and out over the Arabian Sea, are quarters for the 53-year- old tycoon and his family of four. The family will occupy about 400,000 square feet, making it the largest home in the world.
Towering above the Mumbai skyline, the 37,000sq ft tower is grander than the Palace of Versailles in France. To keep things running smoothly, there is a full-time staff of 600.
It is designed by Chicago architects, Perkins & Will and is inspired by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The Melbourne-based construction company Leighton Holdings began constructing it but it has been finished by another company.
The skyscraper will have 3 helipads including air traffic control area on the top floor. The building is equipped with amenities such as a health spa, and small theatre with a seating capacity for 50 on the eighth floor. Other features include multiple swimming pools, three floors of hanging gardens, and a ballroom. Included in the tower are six floors of parking – the seventh floor is for in-house vehicle maintenance. It has been reported in the media to have a current extrapolated value at between US$1 billion and $2 billion, making it the most valuable residential building in the world. Reliance, however, said it cost U$50-70 million.
The 53-year-old industrialist is expected to move into his palatial home with his wife Nita Ambani and his three children Akash, Anant and Isha later this month.
(Antilia's Ballroom- A ball room in the House?!!!Can u imagine???)