Mukesh Ambani sells New York luxury condo worth $9 million

At the New York condo, his neighbours have been Marc Jacobs and Hilary Swank


Business tycoon and Asia's richest man Mukesh Ambani, has sold a $9 million residence in Manhattan’s West Village. Ambani owns a 27-storey residence in Mumbai. 

At the New York condo, his neighbours have been Marc Jacobs and Hilary Swank. Situated in Manhattan's West Village, the fourth-floor residence is a sprawling 2,406 square feet and features two bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a chef's kitchen, 10-foot-high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, and noise-proof windows.

The apartment is located in an area also known as Superior Ink. The building boasts amenities like a residents’ lounge, a gym with a yoga/pilates room, a children’s playroom and a bike room and more. 

A notable feature of the property is the breathtaking panoramic view of the Hudson River. Ambani is the chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries Limited. Reliance oversees the operation of the Jamnagar Refinery, the world's largest oil refinery. 

Reliance has been procuring low-cost crude oil from Russia, taking advantage of wartime Western sanctions and distributing it to global destinations like Southeast Asia, Europe, the US and other countries. The Superior Ink building was previously the Superior Ink Factory, which was originally built in 1919. It was converted into a residential building in 2009 under the planning of Robert A.M. Stern Architects, and the interiors were done by Yabu Pushelberg. 

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