Altamount Road is easily the most expensive road in India and in a recent survey was also named the 10th most expensive street in the world. Flanked by trees and several heritage buildings, Altamount Road has somehow retained its charm despite drastic change in architecture it has witnessed over the last two decades. Even today, several important dignitaries call Altamount Road home including the Chairman of the Bombay Port Trust, 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 Indonesian, South African, Japanese, Chinese and Belgian Consulates still inhabit this beautiful street.
Standing tall over this elite street is Aventa. This aesthetic masterpiece designed by Hafeez Contractor exudes luxury in every sense. The curved balconies attached to every apartment provide undeniable character to this modern masterpiece. With 4BHK apartments and 6BHK duplex apartments, every detail has been carefully planned and meticulously executed thereby delivering one of Mumbai's most spectacular residential projects.
The grand private driveway flanked with trees leading to a spectacular double height entrance lobby gives every resident the feeling that they have been transported to a different world. State of the art, high-speed elevators with a separate service elevator, a gymnasium, Spa/Massage Room, Banquet Hall with capacity of about 150 persons, two Basements for Ample Car Parking and exquisite flame finished granite driveways are only a few of the many perks every resident enjoys.
Outside of being among the classiest neighborhoods in the city, Altamount road has plenty to offer in terms of convenience for its residents. Easy access to Worli and Marine Drive mean that access to both the north and south of the city are extremely quick. Further, with several clubs in the neighborhood including the Breach Candy Club and the Willingdon Sports club, access to sporting and leisure amenities is quite easy. Further, greenery and open spaces are only a stone's throw away with Priyadarshini Park and the Mahalaxmi Race Course.