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Eco-friendly luxury living made a reality through Wolvert Apartments


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Property owners who want to embrace nature but still live in luxury, can invest in a unique eco-friendly high-rise in Sri Lanka that Untitled-9features the tallest vertical garden in Asia.

The impressive 46-storey eco-development, in Rajagiriya, just 10 kilometres from Central Colombo, includes 164 spacious apartments.

New, luxury, spacious 1,820 square foot, two-bed apartments with a parking space start from Rs. 33,910,000 (around $ 240,000) as can be seen on the leading Sri Lankan apartment website WolvertApartments.com. Spacious two to four-bed units and penthouses with built-in swimming pools are available to choose from. 

WolvertApartments.com Chief Executive Officer Sanjana Fernando says, “When the development is completed by around March 2017, it will be the tallest residential vertical garden in Asia, with planted terraces circling the entire structure featuring exotic and endangered mango trees and inbuilt self-sustaining watering systems.” 

Wolvert Apartments Sri Lanka Managing Director Nilan Wijeratne says, “The sustainable project is truly eco-friendly as it features measures to reduce energy and water consumption, including the use of solar energy from rooftop panels and harvesting of rain water, as well as providing a level of comfort and luxury that is truly in harmony with nature.”

Among the impressive amenities of the top-class development is an infinity rooftop swimming pool providing one of the best views in the city, a fully-equipped gym, squash and tennis courts, the latest in security systems and advanced garbage disposal systems.

The apartments are ideally placed within easy access of Central Colombo, yet away from the hustle and bustle of the city, near the tributaries of the Diyawanna Lake, which provides the perfect balance of modern living in harmony with nature in what was the capital city of the ancient Kingdom of Kotte.

This area is well served by supermarkets and shops, national and international schools and the Sri Jayawardenapura General Hospital.

The new dedicated horticulture sales area at Diyatha Uyana, just across the lake from the apartments, features an entertainment park, local entertainment, a weekly organic farm, and weekend markets, as well as a small aquarium.  

Sri Lanka’s leading construction and engineering firm Maga Engineering which has successfully completed more than 400 projects in both Sri Lanka and overseas including the country’s tallest building, is doing the construction.

Maga Engineering specialises in sustainable buildings and it has constructed the world’s first LEED Platinum-certified manufacturing plant, MAS Thurulie, as well as being the only Platinum-rated construction firm in Sri Lanka’s Corporate Accountability Index.

The pioneering project has been designed by award-winning architects, Milroy Perera Associates, which has completed such impressive structures as the Kandalama Hotel in Dambulla which has received multiple awards and commendations for its sustainable design, the lavish Blue Waters Hotel in Wadduwa, the towering Access Tower in Union place and the British High Commission in Colombo. For more information about these spacious luxury eco apartments in Rajagiriya call +94777121880.

 


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