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ICC’s Homagama housing project - phase I completed

14 July, 2019

All housing units of the International Construction Consortium’s (ICC) housing development project ‘Mount Clifford Range’ in Homagama have been sold within six months of the launch, a spokesman for the company said.

Strategically nestled in the fast booming city of Homagama, the ‘Mount Clifford Range’, that was developed in collaboration with the government, is acknowledged as a venture that has been intelligently executed to ensure the country’s middle income segment is presented with realistic opportunities to procure a stake at what can be called one of Sri Lanka’s innovative vertical living concepts.

The Mount Clifford Range has been developed across 12 acres of land in Homagama and entails 43, four-storey buildings, housing 688 ‘walk-up’ apartments. The units are of 640 sq ft each and comprises two bedrooms, a living and dining area, kitchen, a bathroom and a balcony.

Priced at Rs. 5 million a unit, the Mount Clifford Range paved the way for middle income earners to invest in real estate close to the capital city at nominal rates.

Developed with the aim of uplifting the housing requirement standards of middle income earners, the housing project was carried out in affiliation with the National housing and Development Authority (NHDA) under the Samata Sevana initiative.

A city within a city, the housing scheme is a stone’s throw away from the strategic development drive of Homagama.

The project that kicked off in mid-2016 saw its first phase reach completion earlier this year. The second phase is geared to reach completion by 2020.