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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

(The Star) Developer to widen roads in KL South

Boutique property developer Trinity Group Sdn Bhd (Trinity) said it would collaborate with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to enhance infrastructure in KL South.

In accordance with the company motto of “Building communities, enriching lives”, the group has decided to invest RM3mil on a road-widening initiative that will improve connectivity between its latest development, Trinity Aquata in the Golden Triangle and three surrounding areas.

These areas include Kuchai Lama, Sungai Besi and Bandar Baru Seri Petaling.

The infrastructure enhancement project aims to expand the existing two-lane road at Jalan 1/141, Sungai Besi to a four-lane, dual carriageway road measuring 23.4m wide.

Upon completion of the initiative in 2018, Trinity expects improved accessibility to Trinity Aquata.

Trinity chief operating officer Chung Oon Sien said that KL South promises to be one of the most aggressive growth areas over the next 10 years.

“While property development is our core business, it is our belief that enriching the lives of the communities around us is equally important.

(From left) Neoh, Abdul Rahman and Mohd Suzrin at the road widening project site at Jalan 1/141, Sungai Besi beside Trinity Aquata in KL south.



“Since our inception in 2004, we have invested over RM15mil on various infrastructure upgrades that benefit the communities around our development projects.

“DBKL’s vision is to transform Kuala Lumpur into a world-class city by 2020, complete with world-class infrastructure and socio-economic standards,” he said at the ground-breaking ceremony.

Trinity founder and managing director Datuk Neoh Soo Keat took the opportunity to share the group’s plans for 2017 and the near future.

“We are interested in developing property in Johor Baru, although this is still in the planning process. We are also interested in buying land in places such as London and China.

“This year, we plan to launch the property in Kepong in the second quarter, and in Mont Kiara in the third quarter.

“DBKL has been very supportive of our proposal to enhance the infrastructure of the area surrounding Trinity Aquata.

“We want to make a contribution that will make the community happy,” he said.

Also present at the press conference were DBKL Civil Engineering and Urban Transportation Department deputy director Abdul Rahman Mohamed and DBKL Civil Engineering and Urban Transportation Department senior engineer Mohd Suzrin Ibrahim.

Trinity Aquata consists of two 26-storey blocks with a total of 492 units spread over 1.4ha of freehold land located in Sungai Besi within KL South.

It is accessible via the Besraya Highway, KL-Seremban Highway, Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) and KL-Putrajaya Highway-Maju Expressway (MEX).

The condominium is close to various public transport links and amenities, including megamalls, hospitals and educational institutions.

Based on the concept of having “water living” side by side with luxurious living, the development offers 16 different water-inspired features including a vivarium, raised infinity pool, interactive water play nook, rain pavilion and sky bath.

Trinity Aquata is scheduled to be completed in mid-2019.