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Elysian Mirissa starts 2019 on a high note with 50% sold

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Elysian Mirissa project


  • Reaffirming trust in real estate during economic and political unrest


Elysian Mirissa, Sri Lanka’s one and only luxury, 154-unit beachfront apartment project, in Mirissa; developed by Elysian Realty Ltd., begins 2019 on a high note. As sales and construction continue steadfast due to its value for money offering, the project has come to rival international market capital gains in real estate.

Elysian Mirissa, broke ground 10 months ago, having completed piling at the end of October 2018, with an expected completion date of 2021 for tower 2, 3, 4 and 5; and 2022 for Tower 1. The project continues on schedule in order to provide a complete, quality product for its residents/investors.

With over 50% of apartments sold, the project is set to make its mark on Sri Lanka’s southern coastline as one of the nation’s iconic projects; the flagship property of Elysian Realty.

Commenting on the progress of Elysian Mirissa, Elysian Realty Head of Sales and Marketing Buddhika Jayasinghe said: “As the flagship property of Elysian Realty, this particular project embodies the best of both worlds bringing together titans of industry to provide a quality, luxury residential development. The project guarantees high capital gains and rental yields upon completion. With Milroy Perera Associates at the helm of design and aesthetic – Elysian Mirissa is set to be a gem on the coastline of Southern Sri Lanka.”

With apartments starting at $ 99,950, the property offers one to three bedroom units, ranging from 522 to 1,1822 sq ft; and three and four bedroom Sky Villas, ranging from 2,254 to 3,012 sq ft.

The most popular units among international investors have been its terraced/private pool Sky Villas.

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