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World’s first $1billion Pad...Limejengwa Mumbai na Bilionea wa India!

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  1. Shadow

    Shadow JF-Expert Member

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    [​IMG] I have the tower ... Mukesh Ambani's
    $1bn pad, pictured under construction

    World’s first $1billion pad

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    WELCOME to the first $1billion pad - the new home of India's richest man.

    Industrialist Mukesh Ambani, 53, is set to move into the 27-storey palace with wife Nita and three kids in days.

    [​IMG] Flash ... ballroom's a sea of chandeliers

    The 570ft Mumbai tower has three helipads, 50-seat cinema, health club and ballroom. Named Antilia after a mythical island, it took seven years to build amid the city's slums.

    [​IMG] Life is suite ... the grand living quarters

    Guests stay mid-tower - above a tree-lined garden that absorbs sunlight to cool the interior.
    The skyscraper has a whopping five football pitches of floor space.

    [​IMG] Rich ... Mukesh Ambani

    Its 600 staff are housed on two floors, while the bottom six storeys provide parking for 168 cars and an in-house garage.


    The top four levels, with sea views, are family quarters.

    The pad cost £44million to build but is now worth 15 times that. Ambani, who made his £18billion fortune in oil, retail and biotechnology, even found space to move in a VIP guest - mum Kokilaben.

    Read more: World’s first $1bn home belongs to India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani | The Sun |News
  2. Abdulhalim

    Abdulhalim JF-Expert Member

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    Huu ndio ulafi na ulimbukeni wenyewe..!