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Osaka Heights in Kirulapone takes luxurious living to new heights

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Osaka Property Developers, one of the leading property developers and sales companies in Sri Lanka, launches yet another super luxury housing scheme, Osaka Heights in Kirulapone. The massive housing apartment project comes as a joint venture with Leeway Developers, a leading construction company in India with 20 years of experience in the field of real estate and construction of villas and high-rise buildings. 

San Pilings, a subsidiary of Sanken Lanka has undertaken concrete piling of the entire project which will add more value to luxurious living in the heart of Colombo. Osaka Heights will offer six types of super luxury apartments ranging from 925 sq. ft. to 1,860 sq. ft. Located in close proximity to many urban facilities such as railway stations, shopping malls, supermarkets, playgrounds, banks, international schools and within 12 km to Southern expressway, 9 km to Katunayake Expressway, 2 km to Kalubowila general hospital Osaka Heights can be introduced as an ideal place for convenience and luxury living. Special bank loans and easy payment schemes are also available for probable buyers. Rooftop swimming pools separately for kids and adults, common areas, jogging tracks, kids play area, automatic elevators, club house, charging points for electric vehicles, parking facilities, generators, CCTV cameras, security service, garbage dumping facilities and many more facilities are available with Osaka Heights. Built with best quality raw materials, on international standards, Osaka Heights offers everything you can imagine in a super luxurious living. Osaka Developers, a subsidiary of Osaka Group which has more than 25 years of experience in a multitude of businesses aims at completing the construction works by August 2021. For reserving apartments and further details call 0769241888 or contact through infor@ocs.lk.

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