KUALA LUMPUR: Trinity Group Sdn Bhd announced the 100% take-up for the first phase of Trinity Lemanja on Sept 20. The 294 units have been entirely taken up in less than one month after its release.
According to statement, Trinity Lemanja is a freehold development project launched in Kepong.It is located on a 2.8-acre freehold plot along Jalan Metro Prima in Kepong with a gross development value of RM320mil.
The development offers 583 units ranging from a build-up of 960 to 1,173 sq ft. The two wing 40-storey condominium is scheduled to be completed in 2021.
Trinity Lemanja features a residents-only clubhouse spanning 3,700 sq ft and is fully equipped with facilities for private functions and family gatherings. Residents will also be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle with the convenience of the rooftop Sky Gym overlooking the Kuala Lumpur city skyline.
Trinity Lemanja is within proximity to educational and medical facilities as well as shopping centres such as AEON Metro Prima and AEON Big.
It is accessible via six major highways such as Lebuhraya Damansara Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway and the Sprint Expressway. It is also close to the Kepong Sentral KTM Station and the upcoming Metro Prima MRT station.
Currently, Trinity Group Sdn Bhd is working with the relevant local authorities and will allocate RM2mil to improve road infrastructure surrounding housing areas neighbouring Trinity Lemanja.
The launch of the second and final phase of Trinity Lemanja is scheduled for mid-October and is priced from RM468,000 onwards.
Thirty-four-year-old buyer Darren Lim, who purchased a unit in the West Wing of Trinity Lemanja, said, “It’s hard to find a new freehold condominium in Kepong, as many of them are either leasehold or serviced apartments. I am confident that the benefits of a freehold property will outshine a leasehold property in the long run.”
First-time homebuyer R.B. Too, age 24, said, “I am impressed with the facilities as well as its features especially the sky gym, thematic glass clubhouse, and tea garden.”