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Monday, June 2, 2008

Trinity upbeat on PT19 Residency

TRINITY Towers Sdn Bhd is optimistic that the bungalows at its PT19 Residency development in Bandar Bukit Puchong will be fully taken up by August.

The development, comprising 24 units of three-storey garden villa bungalow, has achieved a 40% take up since its launch in March, said managing director Datuk Neoh Soo Keat.

»Our designs are anything but conventional« DATUK NEOH SOO KEAT

“We have had buyers from Subang, Petaling Jaya, Bangi and within Puchong itself,” Neoh told StarBiz.

Located on two acres of 99-year leasehold land, the PT19 Residency project has a gross development value of RM20mil and is expected to be completed in 18 months.

The guarded and gated enclave would have round-the-clock CCTV surveillance and lush greenery surrounding the development.

The garden villas come in two types, comprising built-up areas of 3,529 sq ft and 3,588 sq ft with price tags ranging from RM848,000 to 877,000.

With readily available infrastructure and amenities, residents could enjoy the value of the development the moment they moved in, said Neoh.

“PT19 Residence is five minutes' away from shopping complexes like Giant, Tesco and Jusco. It is also directly connected to the NKVE and Kesas highway,” he added.

Neoh said people were impressed with the designs of the garden villas.

“Many people think Puchong is a very conventional area. Our designs are anything but conventional,” he said.

“It is also part of our philosophy to develop projects that have value and quality. We want our projects to be reputable developments.”

PT Residency is the second project by Trinity Towers. Its first, a high-rise condominium, The Heron Residency, was launched in 2005 and has been fully taken up.

“Our Heron Residency project is located just next to PT19 and the value of the property has appreciated about 30% since its launch,” said Neoh. “We expect the value of our PT19 project to achieve an appreciation of up to 35% in three years,” he added.

Trinity Tower’s next project is a mixed development, Bandar Kinrara 9, situated near Bukit Jalil. “We hope to launch that project in August,” said Neoh.

By The Star - StarBiz - (by Eugene Mahalingam)

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