Titiwangsa Sentral is Penang developer Monoland’s first foray into Kuala Lumpur. It is right next to Vistana hotel and Sentosa hospital, and surrounded otherwise by shoplots.
There are 2 blocks at Titiwangsa Sentral, Block A and Block B, with B having slightly larger built-ups. All Block B units are 4 abreast and face North-east (no pool view). Block A has units on both sides, with half facing North-east (pool view) and half facing South-west.
Accessibility is good at Titiwangsa Sentral, although surrounding roads badly need resurfacing due to potholes. A number of restaurants serving Indian and Malay fare are nearby, including a 7-11 and a limited number of Chinese eateries.
Launched at an attractive price of around RM250K, Titiwangsa Sentral motivated many buyers due to its proximity to the Titiwangsa LRT and buses. Slated for completion in mid 2011, some owners are already looking to lock in their profits at around RM400K even before handover.
One curious feature of Titiwangsa Sentral is the positioning of the entrance directly across from the entrance to Sentosa hospital. This entrance is also almost the furthest away from the LRT, although there might be a second non-car entrance closer to the LRT. Most conventional Feng shui advocates dislike locations so close to hospitals, so it is baffling why Monoland decided to compound the issue by locating the entrance this way.