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Fairway Holdings launches ‘Latitude by Fairway’

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Fairway Holdings launched its latest apartment project, ‘Latitude by Fairway’ recently.
Overlooking High Level Road at Kirulapone, the Latitude by Fairway offers a group of 120 uniquely crafted home apartments in one of the best locations in the heart of the Colombo metropolis.  
Latitude by Fairway, with its 20 floors, will contribute its distinctive signature to the Colombo skyline. While 15 floors will house the 2 and 3 bedroom residential apartments, the first 5 floors will consist of parking space for homeowners including a fully fledged supermarket on the ground level .The complex will offer occupants a state-of-the-art gymnasium, a breathtaking roof top swimming pool, clubhouse, poolside lounge and a BBQ terrace.
Since its inception in 2003 Fairway Holdings has constructed and delivered over 1000 apartments in multiple locations in Sri Lanka. With over 12 years of experience as one of the pioneers in the industry, the company has earned a strong reputation for the reliability and durability of its construction projects. One outcome has been that Fairway apartments have undoubtedly gained value as a secure and sound investment opportunity that has delivered exemplary returns over time. 
In fact, according to the Group CEO of Fairway Holdings, Imal Fonseka, an increasing number of purchases are through repeat customers or referrals channeled through existing customers. “There seems to be a growing perception in the market that Fairway apartments offer a distinctive value proposition over time. It’s a hard won position. It’s a position we are proud of and one we are deeply committed to maintaining”.   
In just over a decade, Fairway Holdings has gained an exceptional reputation for their visionary work and have been lauded for delivering superlative value, while providing homeowners with the ultimate experience in vertical luxury living, offering them optimal livable spaces. Fairway was the proud recipient of ICTAD Construction Excellence Award in 2007 and 2010, for their first and second developments - Fairway on the Waterfront and Fairmount-Urban Oasis. 
Fairway Holdings offers optimal scale for sustainability and promotes environmental responsibility, continuously striving to maintain eco-friendly practices with all their projects, and execute it in a socially responsible manner. Fairway Properties follow a “Live Green” concept that prioritizes energy efficiency and minimizes the wastage of the country’s valuable natural resources. All these excellent practices will hold true when it comes to the construction of Latitude by Fairway, making it another iconic symbol of the Group’s green vision.    
Latitude by Fairway is designed and built using smart building technology that minimizes energy consumption while maximizing comfort and convenience. Power generating elevators reuse their own power to maximize efficiency. Windows with double glazed tempered glass on uPVC frames are used for better sound insulation and low UV and LED lighting is used for high-energy efficiency. 
The superior architectural designs developed by Fairway, utilizes natural light and airflows to optimum effect combined with easy minimalist designs that augment living convenience.  The apartments include a state-of-the-art imported kitchen system using some of the best European ergonomic design technology with world-renowned brands. Homeowners are provided with backup power for the entire building along with fully air-conditioned apartments. As an added benefit homeowners get one carport per apartment with provisions to accommodate two cars with the aid of a mechanical car parking system and provisions for electric charging bays.
Anticipated date of completion for Latitude by Fairway will be in the end of 2019. 

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