160 Car Garage in a 22 Story Skyscraper House Similar ads Member's profile Email Advertiser Tell-a-friend 160 Car Garage in a 22 Story Skyscraper House Description: Mukesh Ambani's 'Antilia' Home India's richest man has moved into world's biggest private residence Marking the end of seven years of construction work, India's richest man is planning a housewarming party for his 27-story palatial new home in Mumbai, replete with no fewer than three helipads and an air-traffic control station on its roof. The 570-foot-tall glass tower, called Antilia, "features a swimming pool, a health club, a salon and a mini-theatre," reports the Times of India. "The first six levels comprise the garage where more than 160 cars can be parked. Atop the parking lot is Antilia's lobby, which has nine elevators." The house also has a garden that can accommodate trees, according to the Telegraph, and a separate ballroom. About 600 staffers will be required to run Antilia, named after the mythical island in the Atlantic. The house belongs to Mukesh Ambani, who owns much of the oil and retail giant Reliance Industries. He is estimated to be worth about $27 billion. Experts told the Guardian that "there is no other private property of comparable size and prominence in the world." Ambani, the fourth-richest man in the world, co-ran Reliance with his brother before the two had a falling-out and split the company. Some were surprised at the conspicuous show of wealth, since Ambani is known as a deeply private person not fond of hanging out with India's super-rich. "Perhaps he has been stung by his portrayal in the media as an introvert. Maybe he is making the point that he is a tycoon in his own right," Hamish McDonald, author of the book "Ambani and Sons," speculated in the Guardian. In a 2008 New York Times profile, friends described the tycoon as something of a contradiction: a cold-blooded businessman whose heart also "bleeds for India." He wants to help pave the way for a better life for the country's poor, they said. A Reliance spokesman told the Times the house would cost about $70 million, but the Guardian says it's closer to $1 billion Members profile: Advertised by: Robert C. (click here to see full profile) Grade Robert C. Email: Email Advertiser Ad Details Property is Not for Sale (for display only) Garage Spaces (put 0 if this does not apply) 160.00 Price $0 USD Which Celebrity? Mukesh Ambani (Indiaâ€™s richest man) Celebrity Owned Yes Garage Description The first six levels of this skyscraper home comprise the garage where more than 160 cars can be parked. For the pilots out there, this place also has three helipads and an air-traffic control station on its roof. Garage Sq. Ft. 80,000 Garage A/C & Heat System Air Conditioning Garage Buildings Attached Gated Driveway Remote Control, Security Service for Gate, Electric Gate, Yes Car Lifts Yes RV Parking Yes Other Features Compressed Air Lines (built-in), Recessed Lighting, Separate Storage Areas, Electric Door Openers, Rear Vehicle Entry, Side Vehicle Entry, Extended Length Garage Jacuzzi Hot Tub Yes Swimming Pool Yes Tennis Court Yes Wine Cellar Yes Location Address Altamount Rd City Mumbai State Maharashtra Postal Code 40002 Country India Ad id: 10891303 Ad views:12380 Current rating Grade Comments Do you have any comments? Do you have any comments? You may add it after you login.