Mukesh Ambani's Posh Home Catches Fire:- Mukesh Ambani is the top industrialist and businessman of the country and he is known for his posh skyscraper in Mumbai which he named Antilia. On Monday night, fire broke out in his residence which is named to be one among the most expensive properties across the globe. A blaze of fire erupted in the ninth floor and things have been brought into control within minutes. A source living in Antilia informed that there has been no loss of property or damage. The fire brigade personnel reached the spot after they received a call from Mukesh Ambani's residence.
Mahesh Narvekar, chief officer, Disaster Management Cell of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai confirmed the news about the fire accident and he revealed that they received a call at 9.04 PM. They reached Antilia at 9.13 PM and brought things under control. Sources revealed that the fire erupted because of a 4G antenna in the ninth floor of the skyscraper. It has been informed that the fire intensity was low and things have been clean within minutes. Three fire engines, two ladder vehicles along with a water tanker has been used to stop fire. The fire sources informed that the mobile tower in the ninth floor caught fire after which they have been informed.
Antilia located in South Mumbai's Altamount Road is said to be the costliest property across the globe. The Chairman of Reliance Industries was not available during the time the fire erupted. The residential property is valued 2 billion USD and Mukesh Ambani is said to have invested huge on this skyscraper. The working staff alone is said to be 600 in Antilia. After visiting a mythic island Antilia, Mukesh Ambani named his property with the same name which is located in Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill in Mumbai.
Owned by the Currimbhoy Ebrahim Khoja Yateemkhana which is an orphanage, Mukesh Ambani bought the property in 2002 after which he constructed the lavish home. Anitilia is said to have 27 floors and it has been built with utmost safety measures and extra ceilings. The home was also designed to survive an earthquake rated 8 on the Richter scale. Chicago-based architects Perkins and Will, with the Australian-based construction company Leighton Holdings built Antilia and it is supervised from all the corners which is quite secured. Mukesh Ambani stays with his family in Antilia and he even has business wings working in his residence.