Colombo City Center

Colombo City Centre is a high-rise mixed development project at the forefront of the dynamic changes transforming Sri Lanka into one of the world’s most exciting destinations by giving Colombo a brilliant City Center. The innovative design of this iconic landmark represents the best of Sri Lanka resonating the rich cultural heritage of the city. Perfectly located at the heart of Colombo towering at the Beira Lake shoreline this landmark structure is developed by Colombo City Centre Partners (Pvt.) Ltd, a joint venture between Abans Sri Lanka and Silver Needle Hospitality of Singapore.

The development will comprise of a lifestyle retail mall featuring the best international and local brands, a 200 room NEXT hotel, the first such hotel to be launched in Asia, and 180 residential units equipped with exclusive club amenities and a sky lounge.

CCC’s Landscape development supports the cohesion among this vast array of retail, leisure, entertainment and luxury living activities. The Ground level Landscape is on par with the developing Beira front which is intended and fast becoming a waterfront entertainment hub at the center of Colombo. The retail dining terrace on 3rd floor, the 9th floor Hotel terrace with infinity edge pool overlooking the Beira and Indian Ocean, 10th floor residential pool terrace & 11th Floor residential roof terrace are the key outdoor spaces strategically designed in equivalences with the interior Architecture of CCC.

Burega Farnnel, Singapore is the Landscape Architect to the project and ICONCAST is the local Landscape consultant to the project. The lead designer of the project is the globally accredited architecture firm Aedas with their Sri Lankan counterpart KWA. There is an underlying belief amongst all the partners and suppliers involved in creating Colombo City Centre that good design can only be delivered with a deep social and cultural understanding of communities they are designing for, to make cities more live-able, work smarter and more engaging in leisure.

images © Aedas, Burega Farnnel