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Kelsey Homes launches latest apartment complex, Urban Heights, Wattala


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Pioneering property developer Kelsey Homes is nearing the completion of its latest project, Urban Heights – a five-storey apartment complex comprising 16 spacious units. Located in this rapidly urbanising suburb, Urban Heights is set to serve as the ideal base at Wattala for families and individuals seeking a comfortable home with easy access to the capital city and a range of schools, supermarkets, banks, hospitals, restaurants and more. Offering ample space and a wide array of facilities and amenities to its residents, the new apartment complex is synonymous with suburban convenience and modern living. 

Urban Heights offers four different categories of apartments, each of which cover an area of 1,000+ square feet and are priced Rs. 16.8 million upwards. As per new government regulations, a 15% VAT tax will be implemented on all apartments from 31 March 2019 onwards; however, apartments purchased prior to this date will not be subject to this tax. 

Complete with all the conveniences of modern apartment living, Urban Heights offers a comprehensive assortment of facilities including a gym, rooftop terrace, meeting room, plunge pool and sundeck. The apartment complex is also equipped with a lift, fire exit, garbage disposal room, and offers private parking and 24-hour security. Situated in close proximity to Nayakakanda Convent, famous churches, the Hendala Town, Wattala Town and Colombo Fort, and just 2.5km away from the Kerawalapitiya Outer-circle Expressway, Urban Heights is set in a prime location and fast-developing suburban neighbourhood. 

Commenting on Kelsey Homes’ newest addition to the Wattala skyline, Kelsey Developments PLC Chairman Eardley Perera stated, “Urban Heights, one of our latest projects in the Colombo suburbs is now nearly complete, and with six apartments already being sold, there are still 10 spacious and tastefully designed units available. Conceptualised as ‘a new place with more space’, this modern apartment complex is designed to offer a comfortable and convenient home base to both families and singles. Considering its location and accessibility, Urban Heights will be an ideal choice for families with young children looking to attend schools in Wattala, as well as those running businesses within the suburb and Colombo, We look forward to completing Urban Heights in the coming weeks and confident that this project will serve as another testament of KELSEY commitment to building high quality, beautifully designed homes that ensure a valuable return on investment.”

Urban Heights is another development by Kelsey Homes, the premier property developer in Sri Lanka, with over 35 years of history and a portfolio of over 200 real estate and housing projects. (A fully owned subsidiary of Kelsey Developments PLC, Kelsey Homes is a pioneering name that resonates with luxury gated living solutions and exclusive vertical developments. Established in 1983, the company is dedicated to providing its customers with high quality, beautifully designed homes that ensure a valuable return on investment.) As a reflection of the company’s confidence and commitment, all homes include a 12-month defects liability period and a 10-year warranty on the structure.

 


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