To meet the demand for multigenerational living, Roxy-Pacific Holdings will launch Trilive soon this year.
70 to 80 percent of the units at the luxury freehold condominium are dual-key with elderly friendly facilities, such as non-slip provisions, bigger switches, and wider spaces.
There are also options to install grab bars and an emergency bell alarm system.
Suited for three-generational (3G) living, dual-key units are available in two to four bedroom configurations, from 463 sq ft to 1,195 sq ft.
Located at 111 Tampines Road, Trilive is a 10-minute walk to Kovan MRT station and Heartland Mall, with four schools within a 1 km radius.
The projects includes recreational facilities, shops and a green corridor and a communal residence to maximise family bonding.
Teo Hong Lim, Executive Chairman and CEO of Roxy-Pacific, said, “As one of Singapore’s last and biggest freehold sites, Trilive represents an investment ahead of its time where each dual-key homeowner has the opportunity to own two luxurious suites at the same time, for higher returns and rental possibilities.”
A recent research by Knight Frank showed there has been an increase in the number of dual-key units launched in Singapore from 2011 to 2013, and in January and February this year, four of the newly-launched developments include dual-key units.
Credits: Property Guru