A legacy of aristocracy & power

Imagine a quiet 2 km-stretch on a hill in Mumbai’s most elite precinct, dotted with charming colonial-style bungalows and shaded avenues of green. Imagine a community bound together by wealth and power – of royal Indian princes, political leaders and pioneering industrialists. Imagine a neighbourhood that has retained its legendary charm long after the clang of hooves made way for the swish of alloy wheels. Imagine the finest address for the country’s most powerful.


Come home to Billionaires’ Row

Altamount Road has played host to corporate scions, powerful bureaucrats, some of the country’s most influential families, and the largest gathering of international consulates – earning it the moniker of ‘Billionaires’ Row’. Today, Altamount Road has taken its rightful place on the global real estate market as the 10th most expensive street in the world, at par with some of the most elite addresses.


An architectural masterpiece in the city’s skyline

At the highest point of Altamount Road, a new landmark rises where once stood Washington House, former residence of the Consul General of the United States. Presiding over South Mumbai from its vantage point, Lodha Altamount is a vision in glass, providing its influential residents absolute privacy from the public gaze, while allowing unrestricted views of the Arabian Sea and the city beneath.