The property development company will construct a 7-storey complex titled Mata ni Civa at Berry Rd, compromising of 14 strata title apartments.
“Commanding panoramic views of Suva Peninsula visible from its precincts above the second level, occupants will experience contemporary resort living with round-the-clock access to health and fitness facilities housed on the second level, featuring a 75-square meter gym, lap pool, spa and sauna,” the company confirmed in a statement.
The condominium was designed by architectural and engineering firm, Larsen Hotlom & Maybin (LHM) and will soon be available for pre-construction sale.
And while Debonair has reserved for itself four strata titles for sales off the plan, it is offering a 10 per cent discount on listed prices in a bid to entice committed purchases for this niche market.
The property development company is headed by notable Suva insurance executive, Lolesh Sharma, a qualified civil engineer who lived and worked in the West London borough of Kensington and Chelsea prior to resettling in Fiji over a decade ago.
Sharma attributes his time in London for his appreciation of contemporary architecture and the modern dynamics of dwelling in the urban” stratosphere”.
“The Na Mata Ni Civa project is our first landmark to stake our claim to be yet another Fijian-owned enterprise,” he said.
“The support and encouragement I’ve received from everyone is both overwhelming and gratifying.”
Debonair has a series of other prime sites within proximity of Suva City’s central business district and have also been earmarked for development towards to the company’s luxury-branded contemporary lifestyle accommodation suites.
“Debonair has resourced renowned professional talent and expertise in the design of its Berry Road condominium,” Sharma added.
He said they had joined hands with them to address design demands and needs that cater to discerning tastes and choices, and have set a benchmark.