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Suncity adds glamour to Panadura with Classic Towers

Pinsiri Fernando, Managing Director, Suncity unveiling a model of the proposed project. Picture by Thushara Fernando

Suncity Property Developers will be investing Rs. 250 million towards its plans for their latest addition to their range of apartment complexes, "Classic Towers". Aimed towards the middle end market, in Panadura, the construction process will include the set-up of two phases of homes.

With close proximity to Galle Road and the Panadura Railway Station, two buildings of five floors and three floors house 40 apartments with all the modern facilities and amenities will be the result of this new venture. Both the phases of the buildings are expected to be completed by December 2014.

"As a company, we have ensured that we provide the very best services to our clients while keeping the costs low and our objective has always been affordability and convenience for our buyers. Affordability for young couples and the convenience that will enable them to live life to the fullest," Pinsiri Fernando, Managing Director, Suncity, said.

Designed by the architectural firm, Bandusena Associates, construction of the building will commence in early September and the company expects to have a show apartment made available to the public by December, this year.

"Initially, we targeted high-end clients with our earlier ventures and now, we have embarked on diversifying our segments to cater to clients who will look for affordability, comfort and convenience," Thushan Fernando, Director, acknowledged.

"In the last few years, there has been a rise in the number of young couples keen on living int eh comfort of an apartment complex instead of opting out on a conventional house.

Suncity is trying to make that dream a reality and make the possibilities for the middle class of owning an apartment, through Suncity Classic Towers Panadura," Pinsiri Fernando stated. This event will mark the company's fourth apartment complex project in the suburbs. Some of Suncity's notable buildings include Horton Towers, Horton Regency, the Suncity Twin Towers and one of Sri Lanka's first luxury apartment complexes, Rosmead Towers.