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Trinity Group confident of achieving full take-up rate for Trinity Lemanja

EdgeProp - Thursday, 24 August 2017

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 24): Trinity Group Sdn Bhd is confident its latest development Trinity Lemanja will enjoy a good take up rate within two months after its launch on Sept 9, Bernama reported today.

The RM320 million gross development value (GDV) project is set to be built on a 1.133ha site in Kepong and will have 583 condominium units in a 40-storey block.

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.

Managing director Datuk Neoh Soo Keat said the full take-up rate target was driven by the freehold nature of the property, the first in the area, and the attractive pricing of between RM450,000 and RM550,000 per unit.

"Normally, on average, we achieve about 50% to 80% take-up rate for our properties in the early stage of development.

"Towards the completion stage, we can easily lock in full occupancy," he said after a media preview of the Trinity Lemanja project here today, Bernama reported.

Facilities include a banquet hall, private dining area, lap pool, wading pool, pool deck, tea house, rooftop gymnasium, sky club and barbecue terrace.

The project will also have a residents-only waterfront clubhouse. The 3,700 sq ft area can be used to host all sorts of events.

"These amenities are usually available in high-end properties, but I am providing it in a condominium of this range for some additional cost. That is what I call affordable luxury," he said.

In an earlier news report, Neoh also said that he 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.

Bernama also reported that Trinity Lemanja’s target market were single young professionals and parents who are buying for their adult children.


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