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Prime Residencies fortifies portfolio with Prime Splendour and Prime Wrendale


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Sri Lanka’s most prolific and trusted property developer, Prime Lands Ltd, strengthened its preeminent position within the industry when its distinguished subsidiary, Prime Residencies, sold out all the units within two of its newest condominium developments - Prime Splendour and Prime Wrendale.

Both structures merge inimitable style with advanced engineering to deliver an unrivalled experience in affordable luxury living. Their location also offers a fine balance between quiet seclusion and convenient access to Colombo and its metropolitan lifestyle.  

Prime Splendour was the first of the two buildings to reach completion, and was greeted by a rush of customers eager to book one of its 68 available units. This chic collection of apartments, centrally situated amidst Rajagiriya’s suburbs, houses an eclectic mix of special features which includes a stunning rooftop terrace for private functions, a large swimming pool with an adjoining baby pool and a fully-equipped rooftop gymnasium.

Following rapidly in Prime Splendour’s wake, Prime Wrendale, which is also located in Rajagiriya, shoulders a capacity of 54 units with all of the same luxuries afforded by Prime Splendour, including spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. 

“A broad network of roads, restaurants, shops, malls, banks and schools makes Rajagiriya an ideal location to reside in. Each property combines this convenience with its own exquisite luxury to deliver a living experience which offers super-luxury comfort at a comparatively affordable price,” Prime Group Deputy Chairperson Sandamini Perera said.

Prime Splendour and Prime Wrendale fit into Prime Residencies’ ambitious schedule for 2019, which will see it work to expand the impressive collection of 41 apartments within its project portfolio. All of Prime Residencies’ projects are granted official recognition through the relevant condominium approval certification issued by the Condominium Management Authority of the Ministry of Housing and Samurdhi. Only such authorised projects are listed on the authority’s official website www.condominium.lk.  

Prime Residencies has operated with a guiding vision of bestowing customers with ‘affordable luxury’. This credo has enabled it to shelter property owners in high-quality homes within Colombo and its suburbs.

Similarly, Prime Residencies’ holding company, Prime Lands Ltd., which commenced operations 24 years ago, has seen its own unwavering principle of being ‘committed to create a better place on earth’ lead it to new and innovative frontiers of success. Last year the Prime Group was presented with the ‘Best Developer’ title at the ‘Property Guru’ Asia Property Awards in addition to being recognised as one of Sri Lanka’s 25 best companies to work for by the Great Place to Work Institute for 5 consecutive years. Prime was also recognised as one of the Most Respected Entities in the Country by LMD magazine for three years since 2016.


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