The site of Anil Ambani’s new house on Nargis Dutt Road
Anil Ambani’s New House: Bandra’s Palli Hill, Mumbai, India
After Mukesh Ambani, its now turn of his younger brother Anil Ambani. As all of you now know that, recently Mukesh Ambani build world’s costliest House – Antilia. Antilia is a 27 story skyscrapper having 600 people full time staff to maintain it.
Now, its time of Anil Ambani. He is building a house just like Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia in Bandra’s Palli Hills, Mumbai.
Initially media rumours were saying that, it will be the new house of Anil Ambani which will compete Antilia. However, Economic Times confirmed that,
“Multiple residential units are being developed for housing senior executives of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group at a plot in Pali Hill of Bandra area here, the group said in a statement today, adding that the complex would not be an exclusive house for its Chairman Anil Ambani.”You can see the construction site of Anil Ambani’s new house in the above photograph. According to Media, the project was already being opposed by some resident associations of the area due to its height.
According to NDTV, The house is mainly for the senior executives of Reliance ADA Group. Previously there was a rumour by media that, Anil Ambani is building 150 meters tall house just like Antilia. However, according to the Reliance spokesperson, its just a rumour.
Anil Ambani’s current house is Sea Wind which his late father Dhirubhai Ambani built.
Let me tell you that the height of Antilia is 170 meters and the height of proposed house of Anil Ambani will be 150 meters.
According to Reliance spokeperson,
a spokesperson for the Anil Ambani group firm Reliance Infrastructure Ltd (formerly BSES Ltd) said in a statement: "There is no truth whatsoever in reports in a section of the media that a 150 metre tall residence is being built for Anil Ambani, Chairman, Reliance ADA Group, on the plot which was earlier home to a bungalow of the erstwhile BSES Chairman."Both the ambani brothers are India’s top 10 richest persons and the Forbes Billionaires. Anyways…the time will tell us that, what is the rumour and what’s not?
Earlier in 2000, the then united Reliance group had acquired Bombay Suburban Electricity Supply Company (BSES) and got ownership of this bungalow as part of the deal. Later, when the two brothers split, Anil Ambani got the power business and therefore this bungalow also came under his group's fold.