Amaia to turn over 1K units by yr-end


2K homes across 22 projects delivered in 2016
AYALA-LED developer Amaia Land will start delivering completed homes to customers in seven more of its developments before the year ends, bringing to 2,000 the number of completed units for 2016 in 22 operational projects, the company said in a statement.

Amaia Land said it has delivered nearly 3,000 homes in 16 projects to its clients, 1,000 of which were turned over earlier this year, and it has committed to deliver 1,000 more before the end of December.

“We take pride in seeing customers pleased with their new homes. During turnover, clients excitedly envision the look they want for their units. We accompany them to our model units and answer questions they have about unit improvements,” Tricia Macawile of Amaia’s Customer Care Group said.

According to Macawile, “We ensure readiness, cleanliness, and completeness of units. When clients find minor items for rectification, we ensure that these are handled on the day of the turnover or that these are addressed within seven days.”

This November and December, Amaia will welcome new residents in Amaia Skies Cubao, Amaia Scapes Cabanatuan, Amaia Scapes San Fernando, Amaia Scapes Urdaneta, Amaia Scapes Trece Martires, Amaia Skies Avenida, and Amaia Square Novaliches.

Amaia Land currently turning over units in 15 projects, eight of which started turn-over of units this year, including Amaia Steps Pasig; Amaia Steps Bicutan; Amaia Steps NUVALI; Amaia Steps Mandaue; Amaia Scapes Bauan; Amaia Scapes Capas; Amaia Scapes Trece Martires; and Amaia Series Novaliches.

“Residents have already moved in at these thriving Amaia communities. There still are available units for sale at these developments, some of which may be immediately occupied already,” the company pointed out.

Amaia Land also plans to deliver another 1,000 units to their owners early in 2017, it said. Projects that will be ready for delivery next year include Amaia Skies Sta. Mesa; Amaia Scapes San Pablo; Amaia Scapes Bulacan; Amaia Scapes General Trias; and Amaia Steps Altaraza.

Amaia remains the partner of hardworking Filipinos in building dreams and providing affordable but quality homes for their loved ones. We are working hard to ensure customers that our projects are executed properly and their hard-earned investments will be worth every peso, Amaia President Robert Lao said. For inquiries, visit or like


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