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Hillstate Dasa Station has six 37-story apartments and one residential-type office building that each can house 674 to 736 households. Both apartments and residential-type office building provide 84 square meters (275 square feet) of space for residents. Hillstate Dasa is designed for four bay flat-type apartments and 3.5 bay flat-type residential type office building.
Hillstate features a store in the front, a large walk-in closet, a shoe cabinet, a kitchen pantry and a main room to maximize the use of space. The households in the complex face the south and a plaza is located in the center of complex to ensure a sense of openness.
For education, elementary, middle and high schools are located nearby the Hillstate complex and Simin middle and high schools are planning to move to Dasa to provide education for its residents.
In addition, Hillstate Dasa is located next to Dasa Station on line No. 2 of the Daegu Metro and it is easy to transfer to Daegu Metro lines No. 1 and 3 via Banwoldang Station and Cheongnaeondeok Station.
Daegu currently has the nation’s hottest real estate market. From January to April, a total of 11 complexes were sold and nine of them were sold in the first round. The number of people who visited the complexes to purchase an apartment exceeded 130,000.
“Hillstate Dasa Station is a symbolic complex in Dasa, Dalseong County, built by Hyundai E&C,” said a sales official at Hyundai E&C. “Dalseong has proven to be an area that possesses favorable factors, such as a subway station, which has brought high interest from Daegu residents.”
Hillstate Dasa Station will go on sale at the end of May. The model house will be located near the Seongseo branch of Emart in Igok-dong, western Daegu.
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