Cinnamon Life’s Suites Tower topped off

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From left: S.Y. Ra – Construction Manager (Contractor – HKN JV), Waruna Rajapaksa – Executive Vice President – John Keells Group, Head of New Business Development and Head of Operations Cinnamon Life Project, Suresh Rajendra – President – Property Group, John Keells Holdings PLC, Jeremy Mayhew – Engineer to the Contract (Balmond Studio) and T.H. Kim – Project Director (Contractor- HKN JV) 


Iconic integrated development Cinnamon Life recently completed the structure of the ‘Suites Tower’, which comprises of 39 floors. A topping off ceremony was held on site to celebrate this key milestone.

The Suites Tower is part of the 4.5 million square foot integrated resort and mixed-use development, which is the only one of its is kind in 
the region.  

With a total number of 196 apartments, the tower features 192 luxurious two-bedroom units, which range from 1,267 square feet to 1,273 square feet and four penthouse units that measure 3,832 square feet. 

The tower also provides a comprehensive array of facilities including a swimming pool, modern gymnasium, steam and sauna rooms, a landscaped podium as well as a rooftop featuring breathtaking views of the island’s bustling 
commercial capital.

“We are pleased to announce that the structure of this residential tower in the Cinnamon Life development has been successfully completed. It is an honour for us to come together to celebrate the topping off of ‘The Suites’ tower, which is an integral part of Cinnamon Life,” John Keells Holdings Property Group Chief Marketing Officer/Executive Vice President Roshanie Jayasundera-Moraes said.

Set to be the heartbeat of the city whilst making its mark as Colombo’s lifestyle capital, Cinnamon Life will feature an 800-room five-star Cinnamon Hotel, a shopping mall, convention centre, state-of-the-art 30-storey office tower, multi-purpose entertainment venues, restaurants and 427 premium residential apartments.

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