Press Release

Trinity Group joins forces with Team Builder Ventures

- Tuesday, 06 March 2012


Kuala Lumpur, 6 March 2012 – Integrated boutique developer Trinity Group Sdn Bhd is pleased to announce that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with Team Builder Ventures Sdn Bhd for a mixed-use development in Bandar Putra Permai, Seri Kembangan, Selangor. 

 

The project called Zeva, is set to become the crown jewel in Bandar Putra Permai, providing a wholesome and holistic living experience for home-buyers. 

 

The partnership sees Trinity Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Kensington Vision, and Team Builder pooling together the very best of their resources, expertise and ideas to deliver the high-quality, value-added project at an affordable entry level price to appeal to current market demands.

 

Team Builder is a subsidiary of Nagariang Development Sdn Bhd, a property investment company cum property developer with a strong foothold in Seri Kembangan.  Kensington Vision on the other hand, is a subsidiary established by Trinity Group since 2010 to handle developments projects latest being the prime industrial real estate, [email protected], in Subang Jaya. 

 

“With a prime slot of land in Seri Kembangan, we searched for a joint-venture partner to unlock the full investment potential and value that this land had to offer.  Trinity Group with its reputation and track record of outstanding value-added developments was the most fitting choice for us,” explained Tham Sun Weng, Managing Director of Team Builder Ventures Sdn Bhd, on how the partnership came about.

 

“Moving forward, we are confident that this partnership with Trinity Group will be a sustainable solution for the project, resulting in a win-win outcome for all and widespread benefit for home buyers and investors alike,” Tham said.

 

“This partnership enables us to tap into Trinity Groups’ strengths in research and development and technical expertise to deliver high-quality and value-added offerings. What results from such collaboration is the ability to offer buyers greater value and return on their investments in one of the most sought-after locations in Malaysia,” Tham added.

 

“The challenge for 2012 remains for developers to innovate, add value and differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive property market.  We at Trinity Group recognize that we must be more resourceful and creative than ever before. This partnership reflects our readiness to collaborate with other players to bring products and services that are the best in its class to our buyers,” revealed Dato’ Neoh Soo Keat, Managing Director of Trinity Group. 

 

“Forging a mutually-beneficial partnership enables us to deliver the best possible offering to our valued customers in a timely and cost-effective manner without compromising on quality,” added Dato’ Neoh.

 

Team Builder is responsible for providing the locale of the project while Trinity Group takes the lead role in planning, designing and developing the 3.71 acres of land into a dream location for home owners. 

 

The location of the project is one of the best selling point of the development; being highly accessible to Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya via major highways such as LDP (Damansara-Puchong Highway), SKVE (South Klang Valley Expressway) and the soon to be constructed MEX (KL-Putrajaya Highway).  The project is also a short distance away from international airports such like KLIA and LCCT, with the convenience of being in the vicinity of major shopping complexes, educational institutions, and public amenities. Furthermore, two proposed road linkages and one new highway in the locale will ease traffic congestion in the township; improving accessibility and convenience for residents and visitors. 

 

“The key driver for Trinity Group in pursuing this partnership is our on-going dedication towards improving and enriching our residents’ lives and the surrounding community.  We consider this partnership a successful one if it enables us to provide the best possible living experience to our customers,” said Dato’ Neoh.   

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