- Signals the beginning of Phase 2 of The One – Sri Lanka project
- Will house 256 contemporary hotel rooms, 206 residences and 200,150 sq.ft of banquet space
The One Transworks Square on Friday officially launched Phase Two of its high-end luxury development project with the launch of its second tower, JW Marriott Hotel & Residences.
Comprising 256 highly modern hotel rooms, 206 residences and over 200,000 sq.ft. of banquet space at a height of 303 meters, the JW Marriott tower will accommodate all residence apartments in the upper floors from Levels 26 to 70. Each will vary from 1,235 to 2,730 sq. with the luxury duplex units housed from Levels 65 to 70 varying from 3,900 to 4,700 sq.ft.
At a media briefing it was reiterated that international standards are infused from the stage of planning, design and concept to ensure uncompromising criteria.
“The designers, contractors and partners involved with the Tower must meet strict quality standards set by JW Marriott and are assessed and evaluated continuously through the execution of the project,” said The One Transworks Square Chief Marketing Officer Jaideep Wahi. “The timing of the launch is in line with the schedule set for the project completion and the developer of The One – Sri Lanka project is very optimistic about Sri Lanka’s luxury real estate market over the medium term.”
The global architecture and engineering consulting lead firm, China Construction Design International (CCDI), a subsidiary of CSCE Corporation headquartered in Shanghai is the principal design consultant. Cheng Chung Design (CCD), have partnered as the interior design consultant for both Towers One and Two. With the worldwide reputation for Resort and Hotel design Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) Hong Kong, is contracted as the Interior Design company for Tower Two and HBA – Singapore for Tower One.
Lead contractors for the project are Shougang Construction Group (SGCG), while Sanken Construction will collaborate for the construction of Tower Two to further strengthen construction efforts and to ensure the strengthening of local partnerships. CITIC Group, China’s largest state-owned conglomerate has partnered to construct the curtain wall and the interior details of Tower Two, strengthening the project’s standing in terms of quality and delivery. Multi-award winning Zhejiang Construction Investment Group Co., Ltd. (ZCIG) China has partnered with MEP, the largest construction enterprise group in the Zhejiang Province in China.