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Iconic Developments breaks ground for Iconic Galaxy

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  • 261 luxury apartment housing units will be ready for occupation by end 2020
  • Leverages on the booming real estate and housing scope to offer world-class housing at affordable prices

Leading infrastructure and property developer, Iconic Developments Ltd., the developer of Iconic 110 Parliament Road, celebrated the beginning of construction of their latest housing property project, Iconic Galaxy. 

A ground-breaking ceremony at the site was officiated by Chief Guest Minister of Megapolis and Western Development Patali Champika Ranawaka together with Iconic Development’s Managing Director Rohan Parikh, Government officials and a host of dignitaries. 

Iconic Galaxy, accessible from two roads in Rajagiriya and perched on the trunk route of Buthgamuwa Road, will build 261, super-luxury, two, three and four bed-roomed apartments amidst a plethora of world class amenities and services to compliment the lifestyles of the buyers. True to its name, Iconic Galaxy, spread in an area of a little over two acres of land (over 87,000 square feet), will offer customers all the trappings of high-end living at affordable prices. 

With this launch, the Iconic brand will collectively have built 433 apartments in the Jayewardenepura- Kotte suburb, having successfully completed Iconic 110 Parliament Road, a few years back.

Discussing the opportunities that the luxury housing property complex will bring to Sri Lanka, Parikh said: “We are excited to begin this project and to play a key role in developing the housing and real estate scope in Sri Lanka.  We identified a need for sophisticated and stylish, world class, housing in the immediate suburb of Colombo and are happy to make happen Iconic’s second landmark project, Iconic Galaxy.”

“Given the current booming real estate industry, we see a bright outlook for further development and expansion of our brand,” said Parikh, speaking at the ceremony. 

Iconic Galaxy will offer unparalleled experiences to their customers with meticulously designed and thoughtfully planned modern amenities such as landscaped gardens, large clubhouse and gym, swimming pool, children’s play area, 24x7 security and convenience shopping store, in a bid to provide optimum value for money. 

“The prime location of Iconic Galaxy will make daily commuting easy for the dwellers. Proximity to work place, international schools, hospitals, shopping malls, super-markets will surely lure many towards the residences,” explained Parikh.

The property’s enviable location has very easy access to the airport expressway, Colombo Fort and the southern expressway.

Key features of Iconic developments are its progressive design and aesthetics, offering a host of features like ample car parking, hazard free underground cabling, 100% power backup and water supply. Over all, Iconic Galaxy will be exclusive, self-sustained, environment friendly residences for the elite, uniquely configured and elegantly landscaped, providing an ideal ambience for modern day living, it is more than a luxurious address, it is a lifestyle statement. 

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