Mukesh Ambani's House Antilia & Other Properties Owned By Him

A sneak peek inside Mukesh Ambani's house — Antilia and other properties owned by the billionaire businessman of India who's the proud owner of Reliance Industries.

Published On Mar 26, 2024 | Updated On Apr 13, 2024

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Have you ever heard of a house so luxurious it rivals a palace? Well, that's exactly what Antilia is! It's the incredible home of Mukesh Ambani, India's richest businessman ( the owner of Reliance Industries). Can you imagine living in a house that's supposedly the second most expensive in the entire world, after Buckingham Palace itself?

This architectural marvel is right there in the heart of Mumbai, on a fancy street called Altamount Road. American architects Perkins and Will, designed this modern masterpiece, and an Australian construction company called Leighton Holdings, built it to withstand anything, even earthquakes of 8 on the Richter scale. Also, with a view of the sea, it's no wonder everyone who walks by can't help but stare in awe. So, if not in person, let's take a sneak inside Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia, to know how the world appears from there.

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Antilia House/ Instagram

A mini-city rather than a house, this 27-storey skyscraper called Antilia, owned by Mukesh Ambani is spread across 400,000 square feet and stands at 568 feet in height. Boasting billionaire-worthy amenities Antilia is equipped with space to land and park three helipads, a parking with a capacity accommodating 168 cars including prized INR 5 crore Maybach, multiple swimming pools, energy-saving hanging gardens, a theatre and more.

According to Forbes, in this after six floors of parking, the real luxury living in Antilia starts. You step out of one of the nine elevators into a grand lobby, complete with relaxation areas and storage. Take the sparkling silver staircase down, and you'll find an enormous ballroom fit for royalty. Imagine a dazzling ceiling with crystal chandeliers, massive screens, and built-in sound – perfect for parties or movie nights! This grand space even has an adjoining bar, private rooms for guests, and a special area for security and assistants to unwind.

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Antilia House/ Instagram

Forget cookie-cutter condos – Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia's design is a total showstopper. Inspired by the lotus flower and the sun, this architectural marvel looks unlike anything else on the Mumbai skyline. The real magic happens inside, though. The top six floors are private mansions stacked on top of each other, perfect for the Mukesh Ambani’s family. But wait, there's more! Antilia boasts a dedicated prayer room for moments of reflection, luxurious guest suites for entertaining in style, a salon for on-demand pampering, an ice cream parlour for anytime cravings, and a private cinema big enough to host a blockbuster premiere – all within the walls of this incredible skyscraper.

With an estimated worth of USD 1-2 billion, Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia is in Mumbai, the billionaire residence is built at Altamount Road in Malabar Hill. As per the property trends, prices per square foot here range from a whopping INR 80,000 to INR 85,000 per square foot.

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Mukesh Ambani isn't just about life in the fast lane at Antilia – he's also a big player in the hospitality world. Believe it or not, he owns a historic 900-year-old hotel in London called Stoke Park. We're talking about a luxurious escape steeped in history, snapped up by Reliance Industries in 2020 for a whooping USD 79 million. Imagine indulging in afternoon tea at a place that's been around for centuries, or teeing off on a championship golf course.  Stoke Park boasts not just one, but three restaurants, tennis courts, and even indoor swimming pools, making it a true luxury haven.

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Antilia might be the crown jewel in Mukesh Ambani's property collection, but it's not the only one that shines. In 2021, he splashed out on another incredible abode – a beachfront villa in Dubai for his youngest son, Anant. Estimated at a price of USD 80 million, this one was Dubai's biggest-ever residential deal. Spread over two luxurious floors, this private paradise boasts a swanky bar, not just one but two swimming pools, a spa with at least 10 treatment rooms, and the ultimate perk – its private beach. Talk about living the dream.

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel New York 

Adding to his collection of luxurious properties, Mukesh Ambani acquired the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York last year for USD 98.15 million. This five-star hotel boasts nearly 248 rooms and occupies a prime location on Columbus Circle, a prestigious neighbourhood known for its upscale establishments. The Mandarin Oriental's celebrity clientele further adds to its allure.

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Dhirubhai Ambani Memorial House

In Gujarat's Chorwad village, a century-old mansion stands as a testament to Dhirubhai Ambani's roots. Built-in the Gujarati style, this two-storey house with a central courtyard served as Dhirubhai's childhood home after his return from Yemen. Reportedly, a young Mukesh Ambani would visit his grandparents and extended family here during summers. Today, it's a memorial known as the Dhirubhai Ambani Memorial House, with separate areas for public visits and family privacy.

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Tina Ambani/ Instagram

A 14-storey mansion – that's the Sea Wind was the former home of Mukesh Ambani and his family.  Back in the day, each Ambani family member had their floor, with Mukesh sharing the space with his wife Nita, their extended family, and even his brother Anil Ambani (who still lives there today).  It was truly a family affair. This impressive building was even considered ‘home’ by their father, the legendary Dhirubhai Ambani.

Interestingly, as per a few reports when Mukesh built the extravagant Antilia, there were whispers that he was hesitant to move in at first. He preferred the familiar comfort and close-knit vibes of Sea Wind, where he could be close to his mother Kokilaben and brother Anil Ambani.

Mukesh Ambani's property empire keeps expanding, from luxurious estates abroad to a recent acquisition in Singapore's prestigious 'Garden City'.

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Photo: Antilia House/ Instagram