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447 Luna Tower to open six new show apartments this August


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Belluna Co. Ltd, Japan in partnership with Asia Capital PLC will be launching six stunning new show apartments this August.

This will be the company’s first luxury apartment endeavour after highly sought after and successful launches including the ultra-luxurious 57 room resort in Galle named Le-Grand which opened in August 2018, as well as their first resort partnership with Marriott International, debuting the   Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort entailing 70 villas, which opened in October 2018. 

An inspection team from Belluna also arrived in the country to review the show apartments and ensure the quality and standards of the units prior to their opening.

A first in the industry - prospective buyers will now be able to experience the look and feel of the show apartments first-hand, which are situated on the 18th floor of the property, at the actual building site. The project is part of a key multi-million dollar investment in Sri Lanka by Belluna Co. Ltd, which is hailed as one of Japan’s foremost real-estate giants with a strong track record and global presence. 

Offering all of the comforts and conveniences of luxury urban living, 447 Luna Tower apartments provide a comprehensive assortment of facilities including a gym, garden terrace and a kids’ pool. The apartment complex is also equipped with a spacious and beautifully-appointed lounge and reception area, lobby, function hall as well as administrative and security offices. On the 45th floor, a modern and eclectic rooftop offers striking panoramic views of Colombo’s skyline and the Indian Ocean, housing a club house, an infinity pool, deck, all which are the ideal spots to relax and unwind. 

447 Luna Tower offers a stylish collection of 190 two, three and four bedroom apartments located in Union Place, prime location and fast-developing suburban neighbourhood in the heart of Colombo, which is conveniently located only a stone’s throw away from the city’s business district and entertainment precincts as well as leading schools and hospitals.

Unveiling the two and three bedroom apartments will provide homebuyers with a taste of what they might expect if they were to buy an apartment at 447 Luna Tower. Potential buyers are welcome to book a tour with the sales team and see the range of apartments that are still available. 

The 20/80 payment plan scheme launched this June for 447 Luna Tower enables buyers to pay 20% of the total amount up front and 80% at the handover post completion. This serves as a lucrative deal for prospective buyers who are looking to invest in a project with minimal risk that will generate a high return on investment while offering buyers an urban oasis to call home.

Belluna Co. is a Tokyo Stock Exchange (First Section) listed company and a significant player in the global real estate industry with projects spanning across Myanmar, Burma and Los Angeles, USA. With the super structure of the building nearly complete, 447 Luna Tower has already attracted the attention of many aspiring urbane individuals and families and offer a highly secured and reliable investment option. Belluna Co. has also already proven its long-term commitment to the Sri Lankan property market by investing $450 MN on a variety of projects across the island. 


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