Mukesh Ambani is said to have successfully offloaded a lavish condominium situated in the West Village of Manhattan. The condo, positioned at 400 West, 12th Street, changed ownership for a considerable sum of $9 million, equivalent to more than Rs 74.50 crore, through an entity connected to the billionaire.
Spanning the fourth floor, this condominium named Superior Ink boasts a generous expanse of 2,406 square feet. It comprises two bedrooms, previously three, along with three and a half bathrooms. The space features lofty 10-foot ceilings, elegant herringbone hardwood flooring, soundproof windows, and a fully equipped chef’s kitchen. Additionally, the condo provides captivating vistas of the Hudson River, as reported by the New York Post.
Over the years, Superior Ink has been home to notable residents including Hillary Swank, renowned auto racing driver and seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, acclaimed designer Marc Jacobs, and billionaire Leslie Alexander.
According to a StreetEasy listing, the tower encompasses 50 apartments of varying sizes, ranging from a 943-square-foot open loft to a sprawling 6,321-square-foot penthouse. Among these, six apartments boast exclusive private outdoor spaces. The property also features seven townhouses.
Inside the apartments, you’ll find premium wenge cabinets, quartzite countertops, blue-vein cipolino marble backsplashes, along with convenient in-unit washer/dryer setups. The heating and cooling system utilizes a sophisticated 4-pipe ducted fan-coil arrangement for individual comfort control. Notably, all tower and townhouse residents enjoy access to a suite of top-tier amenities including a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a fully-equipped gym, a serene yoga room, a screening room, a stylish lounge, a children’s play area, a garage with elevator access, and dedicated storage spaces.
The architectural description provided by Robert AM Stern Architects’ website outlines that the tower is oriented toward the Hudson River, with expansive glass panels featuring industrial-inspired metal detailing. The building’s design draws inspiration from nearby factory structures, showcased through its textured limestone base, string courses, and decorative cornices, which pay homage to neighboring classical edifices.
On the domestic front, Mukesh Ambani’s opulent residence, Antilia, serves as the abode for Asia’s wealthiest family. This towering edifice spans 27 stories and is engineered to withstand earthquakes up to a magnitude of 8. The construction is valued at an approximate $2 billion and offers an array of luxurious amenities, including a grand ballroom, nine high-speed elevators, a comprehensive health center, a spa, a theater, a temple, a lavish swimming pool, sprawling terrace gardens, and an immense 168-car garage.