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Cinnamon Life’s Suites tower topped off!

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From left: Construction Manager (Contractor – HKN JV) S.Y. Ra, John Keells Group Executive Vice President, Cinnamon Life Project Head of New Business Development and Head of Operations Waruna Rajapaksa, John Keells Holdings President Property Group Suresh Rajendra, Engineer to the Contract (Balmond Studio) Jeremy Mayhew and Project Director (Contractor – HKN JV) T.H. Kim

Iconic integrated development Cinnamon Life recently completed the structure of the ‘Suites tower’, which comprises of 39 floors. A topping off ceremony was held on site to celebrate this key milestone.

The Suites tower is part of the 4.5 million square foot integrated resort and mixed-use development which is the only one of it is kind in the region. With a total number of 196 apartments, the tower features 192 luxurious two-bedroomed units, which range from 1,267 sq. ft. to 1,273 sq. ft., and four penthouse units that measure 3,832 sq. ft. The tower also provides a comprehensive array of facilities including a swimming pool, modern gymnasium, steam and sauna rooms, a landscaped podium as well as a rooftop featuring breathtaking views of the island’s bustling commercial capital. 

Commenting on the construction of the residential tower, JKH Property Group Chief Marketing Officer/Executive Vice President Roshanie Jayasundera-Moraes said: “We are pleased to announce that the structure of this residential tower in the Cinnamon Life development has been successfully completed. It is an honour for us to come together to celebrate the topping off of ‘The Suites’ tower, which is an integral part of Cinnamon Life – a landmark real estate development and investment that is setting the benchmark for luxury living in South Asia. Situated in the heart of Colombo, the lavish apartments housed in the tower will serve as the ideal pick for the most discerning homeowners and investors. With its contemporary, vibrant and timeless design and functionality it will enable our customers to embrace the epitome of inspired living.”

Cinnamon Life is the first premier real estate development of its kind in Sri Lanka. A “city within a city”, this iconic project will redefine Colombo’s skyline and deliver a vibrant lifestyle experience at every touch point. Set to be the heartbeat of the city whilst making its mark as Colombo’s lifestyle capital, the property will feature an 800 roomed five-star Cinnamon Hotel, a shopping mall, convention centre, state-of-the-art 30 storey office tower, multi-purpose entertainment venues, restaurants and 427 premium residential apartments – that will all offer the very essence of exclusivity and luxury. A place where you can enjoy everything from phenomenal fine dining and gastronomical journeys, to immersive world class shopping and entertainment experiences, Cinnamon Life will be the city’s ultimate lifestyle and entertainment hub.

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