Since its introduction in September last year, the first phase of Trinity Wellnessa at Beverly Heights, Ampang North, has been completely sold out. The second and final phase was introduced during a launch event on April 14 as a result of the positive response.
"The recovering economy will help fuel the property market, thus we remain optimistic that there will be demand for the second phase," Trinity Group Sdn Bhd founder and managing director Datuk Neoh Soo Keat said during the occasion. We want to rethink and reimagine urban life while also adding value to the property business by staying current and responsive to market demands. Trinity Wellnessa, our most recent development, is a project we are proud of because it is unique in many aspects."
"This project will be an excellent alternative for people looking for a place to call home or an investment property. We plan to combine technology, wellness, and elegance in a cost-effective manner."
Trinity Wellnessa, which will be built on a 3.9-acre freehold parcel, has a gross development value (GDV) of RM315 million and will consist of two 30-story buildings with a total of 463 residential apartments. There are 237 units in Phase 1 and 226 units in Phase 2.
The average units will have three or four bedrooms, two or three bathrooms, and built-up areas ranging from 1,008 to 1,286 square feet, with dual-key homes being the largest. Air conditioners, water heaters, and shower screens are included in the pricing, which starts at RM563,888 for Phase 1 and RM630,000 for Phase 2.
A 2,585 sq ft 5+1-bedroom, 5+1-bathroom penthouse property with a price tag of RM1.55 million will also be available. In 2025, both towers are planned to be completed.
The project is a joint venture between Trinity Group and Oxley Holdings (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, a boutique developer.
Trinity Wellnessa's idea, design, and product, according to Trinity Group, are centred on three important wellness pillars, which are embodied in the company's distinctive triple protection system. Contactless technology is the first pillar, which combines health and technology to provide inhabitants with a seamless contactless experience that promotes hygiene and ease.
Residents will be greeted by a radio-frequency identification (RFID) system at the boom gate, which is a facial recognition system and motion sensor technology for contactless access, when they arrive at the entrance and lobby. It will also have smart lockers for contactless package and food delivery, as well as a visitor management tool.
The second pillar focuses on design that promotes health. This will ensure that each apartment is bright and airy, with 100 percent more lighting and ventilation than is required by law to support a healthy living. Air conditioners, water heaters, and shower screens will be installed in the units.
The wellness-focused amenities are the final pillar. More than 30 outdoor and indoor wellness-centric facilities, including a ray pool, elevated pool deck, reflex garden, nourishment trail, event lawn, culinary house, entertainment house, yoga garden, community garden, fitness house, badminton court, and mini futsal court, will be available to future residents of the development on a 2.1-acre podium deck. The monthly maintenance price is 36 sen psf, which includes the sinking fund.
The floating cinema and co-working lounge are two of Trinity Wellnessa's standout attractions. The floating cinema will be the country's first of its kind, with audiences sitting on floats to catch up on the latest releases, while the Nespresso co-working lounge will be a purpose-built co-working space for those who need to work from home and take advantage of the country's thriving coffee culture. As a result, a Nespresso coffee machine will be available for self-service.
The project is intended to meet the growing demand for improved safety, comfort, and well-being. It features a multi-functional design that allows inhabitants to easily transition to a new healthy lifestyle.
"Through Trinity Wellnessa, we seek to encourage Malaysians to embrace a holistic wellness lifestyle." People who choose to buy a house in Trinity Wellnessa will have a home that prioritises their well-being and, as a result, will be able to experience peace of mind," Neoh stated.
The Middle Ring Road 2, the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway, and the Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway provide easy access to Trinity Wellnessa. It also connects to the Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Expressway and the East Klang Valley Expressway, both of which are currently under construction.
Giant Supermarket, Melawati Mall, Wangsa Walk Mall, KL East Mall, Fairview International School, Brighton International School, and Tunku Abdul Rahman University College are just a few of the nearby amenities. The Sri Rampai LRT station is a transport hub within a 5-kilometer radius.
Meanwhile, Trinity Group is working on a new project called Trinity Enlivea, which will debut next year. The project, which will be built next to Trinity Wellnessa, would feature condominium units with a total GDV of RM515 million.
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