Owners of 168 cars
The house is 173.12 metres tall, equal to a 60-floor building. However, his home will have only 27 floors, meaning that every floor will have an extremely high ceiling.
The first six floors are intended exclusively as a parking area, for cars which belong to the Mukesh family. A total of 168.
The eighth floor is an entertainment centre with a mini theatre and about 50 seats. The ceiling of the mini theatre is a garden and above it are three more balconies with special gardens – a replica of the gardens of Babylon.
27 floors for a 6-member family
The ninth floor was created for emergency rescue, while two floors above it are reserved for treatments and health.
One of them is furnished with sports equipment, halls and a swimming pool, while the other is a cutting edge gym. Above the health floors are guest rooms which have glass walls instead of classic ones.
The first four floors have a wonderful view of the Arabian Sea and the city itself. These floors are intended for Mukesh, his wife Neeta, their three children and Mukesh`s mother Kokilaben.
The top two floors will be maintenance rooms and a control room, which will assist helicopters as they land on the roof
A 600-man permanently employed staff is necessary for maintenance. The home took four years to be built. Atilla does not only impress with its size, but with its most luxurious interior design.
Mukesh owns Reliance Industries, the largest Indian private oil and bio technology company. During the time of Mukesh`s father Dhiru Bhai, wealthy Indians used to hide their fortune.Obviously, this trend has changed and those who have money want to show it to the entire world