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Cabinet nod for $ 170 m Maldives mixed development project in Colombo


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Cabinet on Wednesday has approved another mixed development project worth US$ 170 million by EoN Resorts Group from the Maldives. They will be given land owned by the Cey-Nor Foundation also down D.R. Wijewardena Mawatha. EoN Resorts Group is a world class luxury resort owner and developer based in Maldives and over the past 10 years, the company has developed some of the world’s most prestigious hotels in Maldives.  The proposed investment in Colombo includes 45-storeyed luxury hotel catering to both leisure and business tourists; 300 luxury hotel rooms; 100 luxury residencies and Convention Centre capable of hosting 2,000 guests.

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