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New Skyline SFS project

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Thiruvananthapuram, July 20

Leading builders Skyline SFS has unveiled its latest apartment project, Silicon Drive, at Kakkanad in Kochi.

The groundbreaking ceremony was held on Sunday, performed by Mr K. Srikant and Mr K. Lava, directors of the company.

The premium apartments are located outside the Cochin Special Economic Zone and the Muthoot Technopolis on the Airport-Seaport Road.

Details can be had on 99474-66666 and 0484-2377885.

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