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JAT breaks ground at 96 Residencies

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Following the success of its two previous projects, 77th on 4th, Nawala and Forest Hill Villas, Amunugama, JAT Property Group, a vertical of JAT Holdings, broke ground on its third development project, 96 Residencies, in Pagoda, Nugegoda.

The well-attended event was held at the auspicious hour of 9:35 a.m. on Thursday 21 September in the presence of many invitees.

Among them were Indika Samarasinghe and Varuna Gomis from IWA, Kalana Alwis, Hettiarchchi and Wickremasinge from Nawaloka Construction, Prof. Chithra Weddikkara and Susil Weddikkara from Qserve and Mahendra Jayalath from EnergySolve International. 

JAT Holdings was represented by its Managing Director Aelian Gunewardene and Director Richard Gunewardene.  

JAT Holdings has been in the business of transforming spaces for the past 24 years and has a reputation for offering its customers extremely high quality products. The core value of exceeding customer expectation is deep rooted in the corporate culture and stems from the Managing Director and founder himself, Gunewardene. 

96 Residencies, aptly named after its postal address, 96 Pagoda Road, consists of 54 luxury apartments. The unit mix consists of two and three bedroom units and is conveniently located close to the Kotte junction. The building will occupy a space of 52 perches in a rapidly developing neighbourhood.

The building consists of three floors of parking including the basement floor as well as nine floors of residential units with six units per floor. The rooftop floor consists of two swimming pools – a kids’ pool and an adults’ pool, a fully equipped gym, a BBQ grill and a common area for residents to relax in the evenings and enjoy a beautiful sunset.

The two and three bedroom apartments range from 900 sq. ft. – 1475 sq. ft. and are completed with luxury fittings. With an average square foot price of Rs. 22,875, a private to common area ratio of 3:1, 96 Residencies offers its customer great value for money and would be second to none when compared with other residential apartments in this price range.

96 Residencies was designed by IWA architects and will be constructed by Nawaloka Construction. The project will be managed by Qserve, is scheduled to be completed in 18 months and will be environmentally friendly. The water used for washing cars and irrigating the plants and grass on the premises will be harvested rain water.  Further, parking slots will be equipped with a charging port for electrical vehicles. The state-of-the-art building will be equipped with CCTV cameras, smart card access keys and a 24-hour security service. A number of units have already been sold in the pre-launch but there are many still remaining for those looking for a luxurious apartment to live in or for those simply looking for a good investment.  Please call 0772103030 or 0771773030 or email: 96residencies@jatholdings.lk.


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