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Ariyana Resort Apartments wins award for Best Housing Development in Sri Lanka 2018


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From left: General Manager Hiran Gunasekara, Chairman Nalin Herath and Director Harshani Herath of Home Lands Skyline with UrbanSpace Interiors General Manager Dinesh Jayasinghe and Charted Architect Chanaka Ariyarathne

 

Further accentuating the Sri Lankan real property sector, the annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Sri Lanka) competition was held for the very first time in Colombo on 12 July. The premier competition held in the island can be defined as a toast to the present blooming Sri Lankan real estate field. 

At the historic gala event held at Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo ballroom, Sri Lanka’s first-ever resort apartment complex – Ariyana Resort Apartments by Home Lands Skyline Ltd. was enthroned with the Award for the Best Housing Development (Sri Lanka) 2018.  Furthermore the much admired project was endowed as the Best Housing Architectural Design and highly commended as the Best Green Development as well.

PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Sri Lanka) 2018 is one of the Asia’s highest regional property awards, organised by PropertyGuru Group – Asia’s foremost online property company in order to evaluate and reward the exceptional real estate developers in Sri Lanka under best developer, project and design criteria.  

Conducted with the assured integrity and transparency, under supervision of BDO – the world’s fifth largest auditing and accountancy firm, the competition was adjudged by a panel of judges including Emeritus Prof. Chitra Weddikkara – an internationally-renowned personality in the construction sector who is one of the region’s high rankers in the fields of architecture and quantity surveying and Steven Mayes – Managing Director (Sri Lanka Operations) of Jones Lang LaSalle, a leading professional services provider specialised in real estate and investment management which is also one of the Fortune 500 companies.

Home Lands Skyline received this treasured appreciation for the unique contribution it made to the Sri Lankan real estate sector by introducing ‘Ariyana Resort Apartment Complex,’ the first resort apartment concept in the island, redefining the boundaries of local real estate territory and bridging several long prevailed gaps in the country’s real estate market.

Consisting of eight towers, six levels and overall 340 units ranging from 710-1000 square feet area and to be completed in 2020, ARIYANA is a fantastic fusion of luxury, convenience, work-life balance and uncompromised bond with the natural environment and competitive price and is undeniably an ultra-modern living concept graced with the creative touch of Arch International Ltd., a prominent architectural firm in the country.

Positioned within close proximity to all the modern day services, the project also accommodates 50 and more facilities within its own premises and allows the residents in a fine living environment, friendly for everybody nevertheless their age or state. 

Even though positioned among all the day-to-day facilities, Ariyana provides a most refreshing setting with its ample recreational area almost totalling 80% of the entire project extent of 11 acres. With its design, setting and range of unique facilities; Ariyana offers an extraordinary investment option for an individual with regard to the betterment of their life, family and children. 

Having commenced 10 projects within a period of four years, Home Lands Skyline has already delivered more than 1,100 apartment units, altogether exceeding 1,000,000 square feet of residential space to Sri Lankan real property sector. 

From the inception, Home Lands Skyline’s classic endeavour is to develop pertinent residential apartment projects, in strategic locations, providing luxury and convenience at a competitive price, while revitalising the lives of the residents.

Being the better half of the leading Sri Lankan real estate entity – Home Lands Holding Ltd., Home Lands Skyline is a promising condominium developer in the island, fortified with over a decade of complementary industrial inheritance and prolific business ventures in the sector.


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