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Altamount Road
Billionaires’ Row
Altamount Road is located in Mumbai
Altamount Road
Altamount Road
Altamount Road is located in Maharashtra
Altamount Road
Altamount Road
Altamount Road is located in India
Altamount Road
Altamount Road
Coordinates: 18°58′05″N 72°48′34″E / 18.9681°N 72.8095°E / 18.9681; 72.8095
 • BodyBrihanmumbai Municipal Corporation

Altamount Road, also known as India's Billionaires’ Row, is an affluent residential street in the southern region of Mumbai, India.

The area is notable for housing some of the highest real estate prices in the country. The locality consists of glamorous bungalows of old money business families, low rise Art Deco apartment buildings and modern high rises, alongside some of the city's most notable skyscrapers, including the most expensive private residence in the world; the Antilia, valued in 2023 at roughly US$4.6 billion.[2] The street was also listed as the 10th most expensive street in the world[3].

The most prominent buildings on the street are Lodha Altamount, Antilia, One Altamount, Prithvi Apartments, Mafatlal Bungalow, Bombarci and Pemino.

The street

On Altamount Road are the consulates of Indonesia (Plot no. 19) and of South Africa (Plot no. 20); on the connecting Carmichael Road are the Belgian, Chinese, and Japanese consulates. In 2008, it was rated as the 10th most affluent street in the world.[4] Altamount Road is a very wealthy area, and also home to several industrialists. The Mafatlal complex is also located here.[5][6] Also, it is home to Lodha Altamount which created history in November 2015 by selling the most expensive apartment in the country.[7]

The road was officially renamed "S. K. Barodawalla Marg" in the 1990s, but residents, the city's taxi-drivers, and others continue to refer to it by its former name. It has a large number of trees and heritage buildings, such as the official residence of the Chairman of the Bombay Port Trust, the residence of the Municipal Commissioner of Mumbai, the consulate residence of Japan, Belgium and formerly the United States, and the official residence of the General Manager of Western Railways. The residential bungalow of the Bombay Port Trust was originally made by George Wittet, who also designed the Gateway of India and The Grand Hotel at Ballard Estate.[8]

Mukesh and Nita Ambani's private skyscraper Antilia as seen from Altamount Road
Lodha Altamount, a luxury residential skyscraper as seen from Billionaires' Row
Antilia, Lodha Altamount, and The Imperial are three of the luxurious skyscrapers on Altamount Road (Billionaires' Row)


  1. ^ "Pin code : Altamount Road, Mumbai". Retrieved 5 February 2015.
  2. ^ Eshita, Bhargava (19 April 2023). "Mukesh Ambani and Anant Ambani's $4.6 billion 27-storey skyscraper home has a snow room, spa, ice-cream parlor, and more". Financial Express. Archived from the original on 1 March 2024. Retrieved 1 March 2024.
  3. ^ "Mumbai's Altamount Road among world's most costliest". The Times of India. 4 August 2008. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 24 June 2024.
  4. ^ "Wealth Holding Page". Archived from the original on 20 April 2010. Retrieved 14 August 2010.
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 1 June 2007. Retrieved 2 June 2007.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ Randeep Ramesh New Delhi (1 June 2007). "Indian tycoon builds tower block home | Business". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 14 August 2010.
  7. ^ "At Rs 160 crore, flat in Altamount Rd bldg sets national record". 26 November 2015. Retrieved 4 December 2015.
  8. ^ Giridharadas, Anand (15 June 2008). "A tycoon for the new India, loyal to the old". The New York Times. Retrieved 16 December 2015.