A modern-day architectural marvel is taking physical shape before Colombo’s eyes, as Altair’s iconic twin towers rises into the city sky at remarkable speed, a press release stated.
Otis has been selected to provide high-speed elevators to the Altair project in Colombo, which when complete will be the tallest residential building in Sri Lanka and will have the country’s fastest elevators.
A large number of Omanis are turning to Sri Lanka to invest in property, infrastructure development and the farming sector, officials said.
Sri Lanka’s showpiece high-rise project Altair has broken new ground in the local property development market by installing a 24-hour live stream from construction site, enabling anyone to monitor progress.
Altair has ignited serious investor interest in Oman, following a recent sales visit targeted at high net worth individuals in the Sultanate.
Colombo’s skyline is rapidly changing. Altair is set to be one of the city’s tallest structures, standing at 240 meters high.
Speaking in-depth about the luxury real estate market, Mr Moraes said that the sector plays an integral role in transforming the capital markets in Sri Lanka.
The latest images of Altair, soon to grace Colombo’s skyline with luxurious living.
The latest images of Altair, soon to grace Colombo’s skyline with luxurious living, offering 400 unique flats in Colombo.
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.