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ICONIC 101 Parliament Road luxury apartments nearing completion

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The final two phases of ICONIC 110 Parliament Road is about to begin with progress of the project going well ahead of schedule. The landmark luxury apartment project, bordering Colombo 8, has now reached the 16th slab with internal work such as plumbing, plastering, tiling and electrical work in lower floors in progress. The construction work is ahead of the original schedule, in itself a rare achievement.

Apurva Natvar Parikh Group (ANPG) Director Rohan Parikh said: “The project is progressing well overall and as at now over half the apartments have been sold and construction is well ahead of schedule. We are confident the apartments will be ready for occupation before the promised date of June 2014.”

110 Parliament Road, located on the border of the city of Colombo, will be a landmark apartment tower with quiet neighbourhood surroundings and views of the Colombo Golf Course and the National Bird Sanctuary.

Rajagiriya has developed into an elite area sought by many in the last couple of years. The area can claim to be self sufficient with its own schools, hospitals, parks and playgrounds, shops, restaurants,  and markets.

The apartments range from two to three bed room units, duplexes with private gardens and penthouse apartments making it, one of the most unique living experiences in Colombo. The statuesque towers offer exceptional apartment layouts with multiple corner views.

Apartments range from 1,200 sqft to 2,930 sqft with thought gone into natural lighting and ventilation inside the apartments.

ANPG Group has employed Sanken Construction a leading contractor for high-rise projects in Sri Lanka.  Sanken is recognised for its integrity and total reliability in the competitive construction industry. Its projects include commercial buildings, residential apartments, hotels, banks and hospitals.

Sanken Construction Managing Director and General Manager Ranjith Gunatilleke said: “We are proud to be part of this project which will change the entire skyline of Colombo.  The construction of the project is well into its second half.”

Built on a 1.5 acre of land, 110 Parliament Road will consist of 25 floors with two levels of club facilities. 110 Parliament Road will provide modern city living in a contemporary, luxury facility with world-class amenities and easy access to Colombo.

Residents will have the luxury of living in serene surrounding with the advantage of getting them to anywhere in the city of Colombo within half hour even in the busiest times of the day.


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