this immediately rekindles the memory of tan&tan's previous, seri ampang hilir.., mirrored orientation, same 2 blocks of "L" shaped structure..
i think it's 40 units from 2,200 sqf, starting 800 psf sumthing liddat.. but that's freehold 1st tier "commercial" area.. a different product class, vs this g-residence is 12 times the number of units, from 1,050 to abt 1,600 sqf, starting from 600 psf before privileges..
oso refreshing an old news abt the impending construction of a fly-over, bridging desa pandan to/fr jelatek.. while this may not be detrimental to seri ampang hilir, it may be indirectly promoting the convenience and accessibility of g-residence, prolly at the expense of relatively higher traffic right at the doorstep..
and finally, can't help, m-city phase 1, pricepoint at below 550k for 780 sqf simplex, and at the same 650k, for 910 sqf duplex soho at almost fully-furnished.. take away the leasehold vs freehold.. this g-residence can fight on 2 counts, the locale of being closer to the ambassador's enclave, and if, we regard t&t is more superior in quality than mah sing.. whereas, design is subjective, m-city is futuristic, not necessarily being one up to have that "wow" effect..
but now, against the backdrop of increased phase 2 of m-city, suddenly g-residence is a BBB.. nothing to worry actually, t&t's existing fan base wud have been able to consume, if not wallop, the measely less than 500 units.. esp from 650k for a t&t product.. kekeke