Homelands Skyline is a premier licensed real estate company in Sri Lanka with its own unique identity. As one of the flagship entities of Homeland Holdings, we have remained rooted to bridge the gap between aspiration and achievement based on the unshakable foundation of uncompromising quality, complete customer satisfaction and unparalleled living experience.
Having begun with what was then Sri Lanka’s pioneer portfolio of property development, Homelands, by means of strategic alliances and bold approaches, has now become a beacon of empowerment to the masses, its services reaching grass root level entrepreneurs, high-level corporate executives and the upper medium class.
Redefining the conventional residential living experience in Sri Lanka, Ariana Resort in Athurugiriya allocates 20% of the area for lavish apartments and 80% of the space as recreational area with spectacular views! Impacting on the physical and mental health, Ariana Resort has the ideal apartments to quench your thirst for quality and tranquility!
Taking another step towards changing the real estate landscape, Home Lands Skyline held its groundbreaking ceremony for Aurum Skyline Residencies recently. The event was graced with the presence of Home Lands Group Chairman Mr.Nalin Herath, Director Mrs.Harshani Herath, San Piling (Pvt) Ltd Managing Director Mr.Arjuna Gunatilaka, and Home Lands Skyline Cost Consultant Charted Quantity Surveyor […]
At this year’s Asia Property Award, Home Lands Skyline, one of the real estate titans in Sri Lanka won accolades for its achievements in the real estate industry in Sri Lanka. The company was able to scoop some of the prestigious awards for Real Estate Developers during the 7th Annual Gala Dinner of the Property […]
Only just, the soon-to-be residents of “THE HIGHNESS” were endowed with the keys for their lavish new address at Rajagiriya. THE HIGHNESS is yet another iconic luxury apartment complex by Home Lands Skyline; a fully owned subsidiary of Home Lands Holding (Pvt) Ltd – the No. 01 real estate company in Sri Lanka. Keys had […]