A new apartment complex developed by NPH Developments Pvt Ltd has been unveiled at National Art Gallery. Aqua Vita Residencies was developed by NPHD, a joint venture between Ayenka Holdings Pvt Ltd, Sri Lanka. A 3D walkthrough of the facilities and the apartment units was also featured at the function.
The beautiful complex comes with 104 stunning apartments overlooking at the Indian Ocean. These apartments were designed in a manner all rooms are embellished with a widespread view of the Indian Ocean along with a private balcony which serves as a personal haven.
“We are committed to giving the best possible home in the sky, using the best available technology, products and professional service. We have left no stone unturned,” Prasann Leanage, CEO of NPHD said. “We have looked at all posibilities to to ensure that you get what you dreamt of when you decided to own a home at Aqua Vita Residencies and hassle-free living, post-handover.”
One of key features of the apartments is a state-of-art pantry, which will be sourced from a highly reputed Italian supplier. A provision for electrical equipment necessary for the kitchen will ensure a seamless experience. Interior detailing of the apartments was inspired by the natural beauty of Maldives, while the artwork for the apartment will be commissioned to local craftsman so the culture of the country can be displayed in a contemporary backdrop.
The two- and three-bedroom apartments, which offer the feel of a luxury hotel, also come with added amenities; including a fully-equipped gym, a 22-metre swimming pool with large deck area, children’s play area, clubhouse, and a multi-function hall with a satellite kitchen. Spread across 14 floors and build on a land area of 21,188 sq. ft., the apartment complex is expected to be completed in 2020.
World-class contractor MCC International Corporation, alongside the contractors; Philip Weeraratne A.I.A. (PWA) as the Chartered Architect, Haritha Consultants as the MEP Consultants, and NCD Consultants as the Structural Engineers are carrying out the project.