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After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, audiologist
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, physiotherapist
Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, buy information pills
with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

The NDOCEAN Tower is one such high-rise residency planned for completion in 2016. Located just opposite the Beira lakeoverlooking the city of Colombo this high rise apartment building is expected to house 400 apartment condominiums spread across 68 floors.  This luxury apartment complex is to have top of the line finishes and is expected to be completed at the cost of LKR 8 Billion. This exclusive residential tower is attempting to target mainly  Sri Lankan expatriates, Non- resident Sri Lankans and others.  There will be many in house luxury and recreational facilities available such as a swimming pool, gymnasium, lounge, function room, play area for children, tennis courts among others. The 57th Floor is to be completed with a 150m swimming pool Observation deck and restaurants.

KRRISH Square is another Luxury real estate project currently in development. This mammoth luxury high-rise project is consists of four giant towers and is envisaged to be vertical city. It is said to be one of the most luxurious locations in Colombo which will house commercial office spaces, elite residencies, together with high end retail stores and super deluxe hotel accommodation. The Krrish towers, Spread across a massive 4.3 acres and is said to be technologically and architecturally superior to in every way. Three of the four towers will house the exclusive high-end luxury residential areas. These apartments will come complete with outdoor spaces, verandas and gardens.  This mega structure is also expected to come fully equipped with large banquet and party areas, fine dining with elaborate kitchen and catering services, Mechanized car parking, Games facilities like Badminton, Table Tennis, Squash court, Rooftop swimming pool with sea view and much much more.

The Hyatt hotel chain has also entered the Sri Lankan Luxury Hotel market through the Hyatt Regency Hotel which is to Open in 2014. The Hotel is to have 475 Hotel Rooms together with 84 serviced residencies. The Hotel itself will consist of 42 floors and is located on the Goal Road which is a one of the arterial roads which passes through many of the leading business districts in Sri Lanka. Hotel guests will have access to a lobby lounge, all day dining, multi cuisine restaurant, a bar, eight spas, a fitness center and a swimming pool as well as a regency club lounge.  Apart from these key features the hotel will also provide several enclosed meeting spaces and a Ballroom.

These projects are considered the flagships of a much larger and wider range of development projects that are being launched across the country. Such ambitious yet daunting projects have put Sri Lanka well on its way to success and development.
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, pilule
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

 

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, seek Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, ambulance
with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

 

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

 

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

 

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

 

New High-rise Buildings in Colombo  Part II
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, cialis 40mg
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, rx
Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, viagra sale
with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

The NDOCEAN Tower is one such high-rise residency planned for completion in 2016. Located just opposite the Beira lakeoverlooking the city of Colombo this high rise apartment building is expected to house 400 apartment condominiums spread across 68 floors.  This luxury apartment complex is to have top of the line finishes and is expected to be completed at the cost of LKR 8 Billion. This exclusive residential tower is attempting to target mainly  Sri Lankan expatriates, Non- resident Sri Lankans and others.  There will be many in house luxury and recreational facilities available such as a swimming pool, gymnasium, lounge, function room, play area for children, tennis courts among others. The 57th Floor is to be completed with a 150m swimming pool Observation deck and restaurants.

KRRISH Square is another Luxury real estate project currently in development. This mammoth luxury high-rise project is consists of four giant towers and is envisaged to be vertical city. It is said to be one of the most luxurious locations in Colombo which will house commercial office spaces, elite residencies, together with high end retail stores and super deluxe hotel accommodation. The Krrish towers, Spread across a massive 4.3 acres and is said to be technologically and architecturally superior to in every way. Three of the four towers will house the exclusive high-end luxury residential areas. These apartments will come complete with outdoor spaces, verandas and gardens.  This mega structure is also expected to come fully equipped with large banquet and party areas, fine dining with elaborate kitchen and catering services, Mechanized car parking, Games facilities like Badminton, Table Tennis, Squash court, Rooftop swimming pool with sea view and much much more.

The Hyatt hotel chain has also entered the Sri Lankan Luxury Hotel market through the Hyatt Regency Hotel which is to Open in 2014. The Hotel is to have 475 Hotel Rooms together with 84 serviced residencies. The Hotel itself will consist of 42 floors and is located on the Goal Road which is a one of the arterial roads which passes through many of the leading business districts in Sri Lanka. Hotel guests will have access to a lobby lounge, all day dining, multi cuisine restaurant, a bar, eight spas, a fitness center and a swimming pool as well as a regency club lounge.  Apart from these key features the hotel will also provide several enclosed meeting spaces and a Ballroom.

These projects are considered the flagships of a much larger and wider range of development projects that are being launched across the country. Such ambitious yet daunting projects have put Sri Lanka well on its way to success and development.
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, Gastritis
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, and
Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

The NDOCEAN Tower is one such high-rise residency planned for completion in 2016. Located just opposite the Beira lakeoverlooking the city of Colombo this high rise apartment building is expected to house 400 apartment condominiums spread across 68 floors.  This luxury apartment complex is to have top of the line finishes and is expected to be completed at the cost of LKR 8 Billion. This exclusive residential tower is attempting to target mainly  Sri Lankan expatriates, Non- resident Sri Lankans and others.  There will be many in house luxury and recreational facilities available such as a swimming pool, gymnasium, lounge, function room, play area for children, tennis courts among others. The 57th Floor is to be completed with a 150m swimming pool Observation deck and restaurants.

KRRISH Square is another Luxury real estate project currently in development. This mammoth luxury high-rise project is consists of four giant towers and is envisaged to be vertical city. It is said to be one of the most luxurious locations in Colombo which will house commercial office spaces, elite residencies, together with high end retail stores and super deluxe hotel accommodation. The Krrish towers, Spread across a massive 4.3 acres and is said to be technologically and architecturally superior to in every way. Three of the four towers will house the exclusive high-end luxury residential areas. These apartments will come complete with outdoor spaces, verandas and gardens.  This mega structure is also expected to come fully equipped with large banquet and party areas, fine dining with elaborate kitchen and catering services, Mechanized car parking, Games facilities like Badminton, Table Tennis, Squash court, Rooftop swimming pool with sea view and much much more.

The Hyatt hotel chain has also entered the Sri Lankan Luxury Hotel market through the Hyatt Regency Hotel which is to Open in 2014. The Hotel is to have 475 Hotel Rooms together with 84 serviced residencies. The Hotel itself will consist of 42 floors and is located on the Goal Road which is a one of the arterial roads which passes through many of the leading business districts in Sri Lanka. Hotel guests will have access to a lobby lounge, all day dining, multi cuisine restaurant, a bar, eight spas, a fitness center and a swimming pool as well as a regency club lounge.  Apart from these key features the hotel will also provide several enclosed meeting spaces and a Ballroom.

These projects are considered the flagships of a much larger and wider range of development projects that are being launched across the country. Such ambitious yet daunting projects have put Sri Lanka well on its way to success and development.
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, buy it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, approved
Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, ed with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

 
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, tadalafil
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, ask
Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, adiposity
with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

 
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, website like this
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

 

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, psychiatrist
Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

 

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

 

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

 

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

 
After the global economic recession of 2008 the weight of global economics has shifted away from the US and Europe and is now turning towards Asia. With booming economies from Asian giants like China and India, contagion
it seems that Asia will become the economic nerve center of the future. Sri Lanka has also entered the global economic arena seeking its rightful place as a stable economy in Southeast Asia.

 

With the end of the armed conflict in 2009, doctor Sri Lanka has once again opened her doors to the outside world, malady
with the hopes of winning back her long lost glory.  The bloody conflict that ravaged the northern and eastern parts of the country left the island undeveloped and in disarray.  But now The Sri Lankan Government together with the assistance of regional economic powers such as China and India is trying to rebuild Sri Lanka.

 

Under this new development initiative the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Road Development Authority and other government institutes, have designed and launched projects across the country.  These projects range from small scale projects such as infrastructure development in rural areas, post-war construction programs in the north and east to large scale mega development projects like Highways, Shipping Ports and International Airports. Apart from these projects there are many other development and reconstruction initiatives currently underway with the aim of improving the logistics and transportation system which is critical for the development of the country.

 

The Sri Lankan government is also focusing on the tourism industry with a lot of attention and emphasis being paid to tourism related infrastructure development. These projects include Major tourist hotels and resorts being constructed across the country at every tourist hotspot.

 

In its latest development initiative the Sri Lankan government is targeting a new audience of investors; they are the Sri Lankan ex-patriots.  In order to reach out to these potential source foreign revenue the Sri Lankan government is planning a series of Hotels and High-rise residencies to be constructed within the city of Colombo overlooking major metropolitan areas such as Galle face and the Beira Lake.

 
Boutique Hotel under construction with approx. 4 acre / 16000 sqm outstanding, seek tropical gardens with natural ponds. Less than 200 meters from the beach and a lagoon with outstanding wildlife. 20 m above sea level and Ocean view is possible from 1st/ 2nd floors of buildings. Close to the new international airport and cricket stadium at Hambantota. Already many foreigners settled along this beach stretch and a lot of hotels and private villas are currently under construction.

The project is partly finished and furnished for immediate use and has a staff house with garage and workshop for maintenance. The main house comes with office, viagra 100mg
restaurant and kitchen. Furthermore the property contains one completed garden bungalow, website
two family suits and small pool (provision for a very large pool area has been partly built).

The property has very great potential for a larger scale Resort project with several other guesthouses and resorts in direct neighbourhood.

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