Indocean Developers, the promoter of Sri Lanka’s architecturally-unique twin-tower high rise development Altair, has reported significant buyer interest in Japan, following the company’s participation as the sole real estate sector entity at the recent Sri Lanka Business Forum in Tokyo.
The unique design of Altair will set new benchmarks for luxury apartments in Sri Lanka. It includes a diagrid structure design which enhances the building’s overall strength by distributing weight equally.
Altair Promoter Indocean Developers will be a part of the biggest exhibiting and trade fair for International Property in China, The Beijing International property show/ autumn.
See the progress made by one of the iconic development projects in Colombo, Sri Lanka. To be the next landmark in Colombo, changing its skylines forever.
The next iconic luxury apartment, rising from grounds on schedule. To be the next landmark which will be offering unique residential apartments in Colombo.
Altair, the upcoming first of its kind luxury condominiums in Sri Lanka developed by Indocean Developers is on schedule for its completion. Tremendous progress since June. See more of the progress on these images.
Experience views from the upcoming iconic landmark of Colombo, Altair.
Comprising of two tower blocks, one of which leans on to the other, Altair will rise to 68 stories, offering its 410 apartments spectacular views of the Beira Lake and the Indian Ocean.
Altair, Sri Lanka’s iconic luxury residential high-rise development launched to a receptive crowd in Maldives this week. In an event held at Hotel Jen in Male, Altair team along with it’s local partners DAMAS Real Estate made presentations to prospective apartment buyers.
From achieving our first milestone, we have made tremendous development. Altair, on schedule to stand at an incredible height of 240 meters upon completion and be one of the most iconic buildings of the Colombo skyline.
Foundation stages of both the Sloping and Vertical Towers in ALTAIR, have been successfully completed with the final raft casting of 3000 M³ being completed on 30th April 2015.