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Sunday Times (Sri Lanka) - 2021-11-21

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Canterbury Launches Canterbury Lexus Golf Resort Apartments as Part of Phase II With 240 New Apartments

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Homelands Skyline has announced the launch of Phase II of the Canterbury Golf Resort Apartments and Residencies project - Canterbury Lexus Golf Resort Apartments in Piliyandala – Kahathuduwa, making it Sri Lanka’s largest residential development project, with 1200 residential apartments spread across 55 acres. Canterbury Lexus Golf Apartments is designed to offer 240 apartments spread across three new towers, with improved facilities and a higher quality of life than the apartments in the first phase. Additionally, it offers penthouses for people looking for a super luxurious option. Canterbury Lexus Golf Resort Apartments provides its residents an “experience-driven lifestyle” with no compromise on quality, with 50+ amenities and activities available within the complex. Individuals of all ages may enjoy excellent onsite leisure and entertainment by connecting to various outdoor leisure activities such as the 9-hole golf course, pool, and extensive greenery. Canterbury Golf Resort Apartments & Residencies, which opened in December 2020, has swiftly grown in popularity as a destination to live and invest in. The first phase had 264 Golf Apartments and 240 Garden Apartments - barely 10% of which are still available. Moreover, within the past 18 months, investors in Phase I apartments and homes have seen an increase in their Return on Investment (ROI) of more than 30 percent to 50 percent. “We have launched a lot of exquisite residential apartment and residency projects throughout the years as the leading property developers in Sri Lanka. Our luxurious homes, epitomizing exceptional luxury and timeless elegance, are located in key locations around the country to improve the lifestyles of our highly valued clientele. We try to provide the ideal blend of high standards in key locations, providing you with the convenience and lifestyle you have always desired.” Mr. Nalin Herath, Chairman of Homelands Skyline, said.

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