Sri Lanka’s JAT Property starts apartment with rainwater harvesting
ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s JAT Holdings, a distributor of wall and wood coatings, has started building a 52-unit apartment in the Nugegoa, a suburb of the capital Colombo, which will have rainwater harvesting and electric car charging ports, the company said.
The apartments are priced at 22,875 rupees a perch and ranges from 900 square feet (about 20.5 million rupees) to 1,475 square feet (33.7 million rupees).
Located in a 52-perch land in at Pagoda Road, it will have 3 floors of parking including a based and nine floors of residential units, the company said in a statement.
Parking slots will have charging ports for electrical vehicles. Harvested rainwater will be used for washing cars and irrigating plants and grass.
The ’96 Residencies’ branded building was designed by IWA architects and will be constructed by Nawaloka Construction and is expected to be finished in 18 months. (Colombo/Sept27/2017)