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Home Lands Skyline commissions ‘Luxe Highway Residencies – Kottawa’


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Home Lands Skyline has recently commissioned the ‘Luxe Highway Residencies’, their high-end twin-tower apartment project positioned in a most strategic address, bordering the Multimodal Transport Hub, Southern Expressway, the Outer Circular Expressway, High Level Road and Kelani Valley Railway System. 

Luxe Highway Residencies can be identified as a residential development situated in an unmatched infrastructural setting in Sri Lanka. 

Transport advantage, higher rate of property appreciation and neighbouring areas with economic potential are among the topmost privileges brought about by the development.

The Project is just five minutes away from Homagama Town and 12-15 minutes’ drive from the NSBM Green University – Pitipana and Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology – Malabe. The proposed Tech-City Project outlining the immediate vicinities including Homagama and Malabe, is located within 15-20 minutes reach from the project. 

The Southward and Northward towers of Luxe Highway Residencies rises up to 10 levels from the ground floor onwards; providing impressive views of the expressways, central Colombo cityscape and the captivating sights of the mountainous districts of Sri Lanka. 

In entirety, the project contains an impressive range of apartments and penthouses, totalling in to 124 high-end residential parcels. 

Open-to-sky recreational zone merging the two towers of Luxe Highway Residencies accommodates the swimming pool, pool deck, gym, children’s play area, club house, community hall and a landscaped garden. Further entertainment options have been facilitated at the rooftop of the project which includes a functional space plus BBQ platform. 

Luxe Highway Residencies is an all-encompassing residential development with latest in-house facilities and services, including, centralised water, electricity and LP gas, uplifted safety and security measures, comprehensive waste management system, four lifts, car charging point and a supermarket and restaurant managed by a renowned retail brand. 


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