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Havelock City accelerates Phase 3 & 4 development

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Havelock City, the premier residential enclave, inaugurated the pile construction works of Phase 3 and 4 residential developments simultaneously in order to expedite the development and complete construction within a shorter period of time. 

Phase 3 comprise two residential towers Stratford and Melford with 304 luxurious apartments. These beautifully designed, spacious residencies with garden and sea views are designed with a combination of two, three and four bedroom units and a select number of plush penthouses. Phase 4 comprise another two towers with 340 premium condominiums. The combined development cost of Phase 3 and 4 is estimated to be over $ 130 million. 

“The sales of Phase 3 apartments which were launched in 2014, have now been temporarily held back due to the achievement of our initial sales targets,” said a company spokesman. “We intend re-introducing the inventory in due course to our deserving buyers.”

Havelock City, the largest integrated mixed-use development project undertaken in Sri Lanka is built on 18 acres of prime land in the heart of Colombo and comprise residential apartments as well as a commercial complex consisting of a shopping mall, hotel and office towers.

Havelock City is a celebration of modern urban living, with 18 astonishing acres of soaring architecture, state-of-the-art facilities and landscaped gardens, making Havelock City a truly private city within the city.

Havelock City is being developed in Phases. Phase 1 and 2 consisting of 445 apartments in four towers were completed and residents have already taken occupation and are enjoying the lifestyle Havelock City has to offer. 

The Havelock City Clubhouse, which could possibly be the largest of its kind in any development is a marvel, with swimming pools, jacuzzi, banquet halls, gymnasium, restaurant, squash courts, audio visual centers, mini supermarket, launderette and many other facilities and amenities. 

Havelock City also boasts of Sri Lanka’s largest elevated roof garden; an expansive seven-acre eco habitat with lush tropical foliage. Residents of Havelock City enjoy a privilege that is unmatched anywhere in Colombo with this uniquely landscaped gardens replete with jogging tracks, bamboo pools and exercise corners. 

Havelock City is the brainchild of Overseas Realty, a BOI approved flagship status quoted company, who is also the owner, developer and manager of the iconic World Trade Center, Colombo. The Chairman of Overseas Realty and Havelock City is visionary property tycoon S.P. Tao of Singapore. Havelock City is a joint venture between Overseas Realty and Bank of Ceylon.

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