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Jan 20, 2017

Blue Mountain breaks ground for Colombo’s maiden 7-star apartments (Pics)

Blue Mountain Apartments held the ground-breaking ceremony of their iconic development project – Achilleion, which is touted as Colombo’s first 7 star luxury apartment complex.

The ceremony, was held yesterday (19) amongst a distinguished gathering of several diplomats, VIP guests and other distinguished members of the corporate community.

Minister of Megapolis and Western Development - Patali Champika Ranawaka attended the event as the chief guest.

Scheduled for completion in 2020, the mega project is valued at Rs. 30 billion, and will usher in never-before seen levels of innovation and opulence to the heart of Sri Lanka’s capital.

Commenting on the successful ground-breaking ceremony of Achilleon, Dr.Hiran Hettiarachchi (MBBS-Colombo & MBA-Australia), Group Chairman of Blue Mountain said, “It gives me great pride to commence construction on Achilleion, such a definitive and iconic project that will herald a new chapter in the industry and crown the city’s skyline. The exciting appeal of the project is evident by the fact that over 50% of apartments, were sold before construction began. Apart from the high return on investment of this project, Achilleion will set the stage for new high value properties in Sri Lanka, while boosting our appeal to attract foreign investors. We are a proud Sri Lankan company and look forward to delivering the spectacular project in 2020.”

In this project, Blue Mountain Apartments partnered with the renowned Singapore-based Palmer and Turner Group and interior design firm Index. Achilleion was recognised at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2016/2017, one of the region’s top awards shows that is dedicated to acknowledging exceptional real-estate projects across the region.

The complex will be built on a land which is valued at Rs. 2.34 billion, which is one of the biggest land acquisitions in Sri Lanka in recent history. The project site is located in Bambalapitiya, Colombo 4 in close proximity to Colombo’s main shopping centres, schools, restaurants and supermarkets. Its proximity to the Indian Ocean and the stunning vistas it will offer residents makes it a compelling investment.

Achilleion will deliver discerning home-owners cutting-edge facilities, which have been incorporated into the property’s iconic design. In order to ensure that residents always travel in style, the complex will offer access to a rooftop helipad and a private helicopter for the use of the residents. A fleet of 5 Mercedes Benz luxury cars will also be available for residents to use at their leisure.

This state-of-the-art complex will also feature Sri Lanka’s first-ever sky bridge, the tallest sky restaurant by sea and an infinity pool, which will offer breath-taking views of the Indian Ocean and the vibrant Marine Drive stretch. Other facilities include a 24-hour medical centre – the first of its kind to operate in a private residential complex, a comprehensive library and a private theatre.

The 50-storey twin tower apartment complex will consist of 584 luxury units of one, two or three bedroom apartments, duplexes and two penthouses with more than 85% of the apartments enjoying the glorious view of the Indian Ocean. No expense has been spared to enhance every aspect of the complex to ensure that the project value remains high. The apartment units (with one, two and three bedrooms) will feature smart technology, chic and lavish interiors and the finest fittings.

Given the massive response from interested investors since it was unveiled, Blue Mountain advises interested parties to reserve personalised tours on: 0714260260 prior to visiting the site, so that the company’s executives can ensure prospective buyers truly experience the grandeur of Achilleion. Earlier this year, Achilleon’s show apartment was unveiled – rising 100 ft above sea level, believed to be the tallest stand-alone show apartment in the world.

 

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