Inspired by the concept of Satoyama — a Japanese term for the bio-diverse area on the mountain foothills where people have lived in harmony with nature for centuries, Hillsta has been created to take full advantage of its hillside location so that residents can coexist with nature.
Undulating greens and water features heighten the exclusivity of the collection of townhouses. All within an ambience of contemporary sophistication.
- Starting today, Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) will no longer allow strata landed homes to be built in projects with “condominium” status.
- However, foreigners can continue to buy such strata landed homes in existing condos and in condo projects that have yet to be built but already approved by URA.
- In contrast, foreigners wishing to buy any other type of landed homes, including units in a pure strata landed housing development, need LDAU’s approval. They have to fulfil certain criteria before LDAU will give the nod, including being a Singapore permanent resident and making significant economic contribution to Singapore.