Amaia opens third phase of Bulacan project

posted October 17, 2018 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Affordable residential property developer Amaia Land Corp. has opened the third sector of its Amaia Scapes Bulacan project.

Amaia opens third phase of Bulacan project
Located at Sta. Maria-Pandi Road, Amaia Scapes Bulacan provides easy access to key establishments like schools, hospitals, and supermarkets.
The expansion has opened 306 more new and spacious units suitable for growing Filipino families. 

Complementing its masterfully designed units are Amaia Scapes Bulacan’s recreational amenities, which are available for use, such as a multi-village pavilion, swimming pool, basketball court, and a children’s play area. The site also includes patio greens and a tree-lined spine road for jogging with friends.

Located along Sta. Maria-Pandi Road in Brgy. Manggahan and Sta. Cruz in Sta. Maria, the housing development offers its aspiring homeowners easy access to key establishments such as Puregold, Waltermart, Grace of Shekinah School, Sacred Heart Academy, Mateo’s Diagnostic and General Hospital, Rogaciano M. Mercado Memorial Hospital, and Sta. Maria Municipal Hall. 

The Bocaue exit of the North Luzon Expressway is a leisurely 15-minute drive away from the property. 

Amaia opens third phase of Bulacan project
The launching of Amaia Scapes Bulacan’s third phase has opened 306 more new and spacious units.
Amaia Land brings the dream of owning an affordable superior-quality home closer to hardworking Filipinos through easy payment options: cash, deferred cash, and bank financing. To know more, go to or follow Amaia Land on Facebook.

Topics: Amaia Land Corp. , Amaia Scapes Bulacan , quality home
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