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Walkers CML Properties unveils ‘Grace’ in Nugegoda


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Walkers CML Properties Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of MTD Walkers PLC unveils its latest upper middle income housing project ‘Grace’, in Nugegoda.

Centrally located with convenience in mind, Grace is in close proximity to the heart of Nugegoda, a highly residential area offering all conveniences including banks, hospitals, shopping malls and sports and leisure clubs. Grace is a modern apartment complex planned and designed to supplement and add convenience to the lifestyle of modern families and offers larger floor spaces in an effort to change the notion of apartment living from a temporary measure to a more permanent option.

“As always, our projects are designed with resident requirements in mind, and we have had a positive response from our customers with 20% apartments sold during the launch week,” said Walkers CML Properties Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Lalinda Kalubowila. He further added, “We want to make apartment living work as a long term housing option and to be in tandem with the needs of modern families.” Grace comprises of 77 apartments in two bedroom and three bedroom variants ranging from 968 sq. ft. to 1635 sq. ft. designed over a property spanning 82 perches. Walkers CML Properties combines quality and a keen understanding of customer sentiment to offer the utmost comfort and luxury through key amenities including gymnasium, swimming pool, security facilities, parking facilities, bedroom timber flooring, and a multi-functional hall.“We are pleased with the progress made by the Real Estate sector of the Group and hope to see a growing contribution to revenue and profits from this sector,” said MTD Walkers PLC President – Engineering Services and Infrastructure Cluster Viraj De Silva. He said the Group’s strategy is to enhance the property development capabilities to cater to the growing demand for upper middle income housing.


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