PETALING JAYA (May 13): Trinity Group Sdn Bhd is looking to launch Trinity Lemanja in Kepong this June, targeting single young professionals and parents who are buying for their adult children.
With a gross development value of RM320 million, the freehold project will sit on a 2.78-acre site, offering 583 condominium units in a 40-storey block. It will be launched over two phases.
The built-ups will range from 917 sq ft to 2,096 sq ft, while prices will start from RM500 psf.
According to Trinity Group founder and managing director Datuk Neoh Soo Kiat, Trinity Lemanja is located 600m from AEON Metro Prima and 800m from an upcoming MRT2 station. The project is also accessible via Lebuhraya Damanasara Puchong, Lebuhraya Duta-Ulu Kelang and Middle Ring Road 2.
“Trinity Lemaja, or 'le meng jia' in Mandarin, means a happy and harmonious dream home. The word ‘jia’ means ‘home’ in Mandarin, and the concept was derived from the idea that while an individual can own many houses, home is the one place we return to each day. The home depicts a safe place to be,” he told City & Country.
The project will include a residents-only waterfront clubhouse within the development – a 3,700 sq ft space that can be used as a meeting point to host different events. Facilities include a banquet hall, private dining area, lap pool, wading pool, pool deck, tea house, rooftop gymnasium, sky club and barbecue terrace.
Neoh added that Trinity Group will provide a childcare facility and has already identified an operator.
“Sometimes, it is the details that make the difference and they don’t cost a lot. For example, on the path between the swimming pool and the condominium block in Trinity Lemanja, we are putting in a carpet that can absorb water so the floor of the condominium won’t get wet.
“This amenity is available in high-end properties but I am providing it in a condominium of this range at just some additional cost. That is what I call affordable luxury and this project will reinforce our name as a developer that provides affordable luxury,” he added.
Neoh also believes the project will change the surrounding area in Kepong and enhance the overall landscape. Trinity Group is currently constructing a new access from The Challenger Sports Centre on Jalan Metro Prima into the development.
“Without the new link, one would have to go one big round to get to the property. The new link cuts short the journey by about 1km, or seven to eight minutes,” he said.