Top-of-mind property developer Amaia Land Corp. launches Isabela, Amaia Steps’ sixth and newest midrise condo in Sucat, Parañaque.
Isabela’s launch follows the success of Amaia Steps Sucat’s first five buildings in the area—Aria, Blanca, Clara, Esperanza, and Fidela—with 89 percent of their units sold, 69 percent of which have been turned over.
Amaia Steps Sucat Isabela will offer prospective homeowners a total of 210 spacious and well-designed residential units, ranging from 24 to 42 square meters. Isabela’s vehicle owners may likewise avail of a total of 35 secure parking slots for their convenience.
The new condo’s future residents are assured of the comforts and convenience of suburban living, including recreational facilities such as a swimming pool for refreshing afternoon or evening dips; a half-size basketball court where the community’s youngsters can shoot some hoops; a function room that may be used for celebrations and other activities with friends and family; and a courtyard for enjoying the morning sun.
Located on Dr. A. Santos Avenue in Brgy. San Antonio, the contemporary-inspired midrise residential project is near commercial establishments like SM City Sucat, Puregold, and Santana Grove.
Further, Amaia Steps Sucat Isabela is a mere 20-minute drive from the Makati Central Business District via Skyway and may be accessed through the South Luzon Expressway’s Sucat exit, from the West Service Road, and from the NAIA Road. Transport hubs that offer jeeps and shuttle services are likewise located in the area.
“In 2019, Amaia Land sustains its momentum of providing high quality yet affordable housing options to Filipino families and professionals. Attesting to this commitment is the launch of Amaia Steps Isabela, our newest building in Sucat,” says Kristel Manalo of Amaia Land.
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