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Amaia Land set to build third project in Pasig

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Jan. 09, 19 | 8:32 pm

Amaia Land Corp., the economic housing unit of Ayala Land, has launched its third building at Amaia Steps Pasig within the first quarter with turnover targeted for June 2021, according to a report by BusinessWorld.

The construction came after the success of the first two towers.

The project is located along Eusebio St. in Barangay San Miguel, Pasig City.

Amaia Land said the move came after selling 220 units at its Aria building, and another 122 units at its Esperanza building.

Blanca is a mid-rise condominium with nine floors with studio, de luxe, and premier units. The tower offers 256 units with sizes ranging from 23 square meters (sq.m.) to 42 sq.m. Some units will have their own balconies, according to the BusinessWorld report.

Among the project’s amenities include a swimming pool, a courtyard garden, a children’s play area, jogging path, and a clubhouse, which were completed early 2018.

Blanca is less than six kilometers away from Ortigas business district, and four kilometers away from C-5, which makes the development ideal for professionals working in central business districts.

Amaia Steps Pasig is also near Tiendesitas, SM Supercenter Pasig, Robinsons Galleria, and the Pasig Public Market, as well as educational institutions, hospitals, and restaurants.

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