I love this thread
You're missing the point. Your not living under, but above the bridge in this case^^^ I would feel like living under a bridge in this vitrine of glas and concrete!
+1. That elevator is stunning!007 house right there!!!!!:bow1:
the car in the far back is a modified 930 turbo
every model of gsxr and every model of yamaha sport bikes ever made
yes. those are all factory (ama and wsbk) race bikes
all the yamahas. yes thats an r7
Looks like a Toyota Prius.What is in the Garage???? Toyota Yaris? Honda Insight? It definitely looks like one of those type cars!!
This is just absurd.India's richest man Mukesh Ambani moves into £630m home
The richest man in India, Mukesh Ambani, has moved into his new home in Mumbai which is 27 storeys high and worth £630m.
By Laura Roberts
Published: 10:56AM BST 14 Oct 2010
India's richest man Mukesh Ambani moves into £630m home
Mukesh Ambani, has moved into his new home in Mumbai which is 27 storeys high and worth £630m Photo: CORBIS/AP
Ambani, his wife and three children have moved into the building which is named Antilia, after a mythical Island. It contains a health club with a gym and dance studio, at least one studio, a ballroom, guestrooms and a range of lounges and a 50 seater cinema.
There is even an elevated garden with ceiling space to accommodate small trees.
The roof has three helicopter pads and there is also underground parking for 160 cars, which will come in handy for guests at Ambani's forthcoming housewarming party.
From the top floors of the 173m high property are spectacular views of Mumbai and of the Arabian Sea.
The 53 year-old tycoon is not only the richest man in India but the fourth richest man in the world. In total there is reported to be 37,000 square metres of space, which is more than the Palace of Versailles.
To keep it running smoothly requires 600 staff.
According to Forbes magazine Ambani, who owns much of Reliance Industries, the oil, retail and biotechnologies conglomerate, is worth £18bn. He used to help run the company before falling out with his brother.
The glass, steel and tiles used to make the building are reported to be from local sources.
Ambani does not appear to be influenced by calls by the Indian prime minister, Manmohan Singh, for business leaders to be "role models of moderation".