London, Oct 15 (ANI): India's richest man Mukesh Ambani is set to shift to a new 27-storey palace, which has three helipads-worth one billion dollars.
The 570ft Mumbai tower-Antilia, named after a mythical island -has three helipads, 50-seat cinema, health club and ballroom.
It took seven years to build amid the city's slums.
The skyscraper has a whopping five football pitches of floor space.
Its 600 staff is 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 44 million pounds to build but is now worth 15 times that.
The 53-year-old industrialist would move to his new palace with wife Nita and three kids shortly. (ANI)