Hillstate Apsan Central apartments to go on sale in October
The Hillstate Apsan Central apartments in Nam District, Daegu, will go on sale in October, Hyundai Engineering & Construction (Hyundai E&C) announced Thursday.
The four-building apartment complex has 345 units in total, each building consisting of 28 stories above ground and two underground levels. The units vary in size, from 52 to 84 square meters. The space is small- and medium-sized, which is largely preferred by the residents.
The location is also preferable, Hyundai E&C said, in terms of education and transportation. Hillstate Apsan Central sits right beside the Apsan Hillstate apartment complex, along with other newly constructed apartments in Bongdeok-dong.
Hillstate Apsan Central is surrounded by quality education facilities, with elementary, middle and high schools all located within walking distance. In addition, a municipal library and a park will be constructed, Hyundai E&C said.
Moreover, residents can enjoy leisure time in nature as Mount Ap, a mountain overlooking the downtown of Daegu, and Suseongmot Lake are close to the complex. Transportation is convenient, for both cars and buses, and various facilities such as hospitals and marketplaces are situated nearby as well.
The surrounding area is slated for a number of new projects. A road will be constructed to the west of the complex as well as public tram rails, improving accessibility to all parts of the city.
As more construction projects are on the way in the surrounding area, the residential environment is expected to improve as well. According to the Daegu City Office, 29 reconstruction or redevelopment projects are to be carried out in Nam District, six of which have already gone on sale.
“Nam District in Daegu is on high-demand for new apartments,” an official from Hyundai E&C said.
“Hillstate Apsan Central has especially drawn attention because it has high accessibility to the downtown and is situated at Bongdeok-dong.”
Hyundai E&C will launch the model house for Hillstate Apsan Central in October.
BY SHIN HA-NEE [email@example.com]