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Home Lands sponsors Construct Exhibition 2018 as Official Real Estate Partner

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Home Lands Holding is the Official Real Estate Partner for the 18th Construct Exhibition, to be held from 24-26 August at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Center, BMICH. The exhibition is considered the key construction platform in the island, and is organized by annually by the premier construction institution in the country, the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka (NCASL). Being in the real estate business for 15 years, Home Lands has scaled up to the position of No. 01 Real Estate Company in Sri Lanka, and so far the company has accomplished a portfolio of more than 400 land developments. During the last four years, the company’s vertical wing, Home Lands Skyline, has reached Colombo’s skyline with 10 apartment projects.

Home Lands Holding is a diversified conglomerate, engaged in the fields of land development, luxury apartments, interior design, construction and surveying services. With 15 years of industrial exposure, the group has achieved an award winning brand identity in real estate and construction industries. Having nailed their branch network covering all the property oases in the island, including Colombo, Kandy, Galle, Negombo, and Kurunegala, Home Lands currently possesses a land development portfolio exceeding 400 projects in and around most vital cities in the country. Reflecting their expertise and prudence in the sector, the company notably selects the choicest locations, coupled with healthy environs, for their land development projects. 

Under their key corporate counterpart, Home Lands Skyline, at present the business endeavors of the entity involve vertical living solutions at large. Within the last four years, Home Lands Skyline has captivated the superb vicinities of the commercial capital with 10 unique apartment projects, sagely positioned in Colombo 05, Colombo 08, Rajagiriya, Nawala, Battaramulla, Thalawathugoda, Athurugiriya, and Kottawa. 

Home Lands Skyline’s knack for residential apartments has been appreciated by many esteemed arenas in the region. Their novel concept, ‘Green Valley Residencies’ has won admiration at the Asia Property Awards 2017 as the Winner of the Best Housing Development (Sri Lanka). Also, the company’s role as a practitioner of Public-Private-Partnerships (PPPs) in the local property sector is well evident from the ‘Green Valley’ project, for which the Sri Lankan Government cherry-picked Home Lands Skyline as the reliable developer. For the progressive impact they created in the local apartment industry by introducing ‘ARIYANA Resort Apartment Complex’, the company has also been endowed with the Award for the Best Housing Development (Sri Lanka) at the Annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Sri Lanka) 2018.

Construct Exhibition is widely regarded as a treasured opportunity for developers and investors, to further explore real estate and construction industries, and an edifying source for the general public with regard to the property sector. Individuals visiting the exhibition can meet representatives of the entities providing construction, real estate, and allied services. An official from Home Lands, speaking on behalf of the company, stated that they are delightedly awaiting to showcase the company’s range of products and services, and looking forward to meet a multitude of enthusiastic audiences at the Construct Exhibition 2018.

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