The Philippine Star

Amaia Scapes sees ben­e­fits from vi­tal in­fra projects

- Tarlac · La Union · Rosario · San Juan · Clark International Airport · Pangasinan · Nueva Ecija · Pampanga · Manila · Metro Manila · Cabanatuan City

Prospec­tive home­buy­ers aim to live in sleek, well de­signed, con­tem­po­rary homes with well-laid-out in­te­rior spa­ces, look­ing for­ward to years of com­fort­able life with their fam­i­lies. When such dwellings are lo­cated in a safe and se­cure com­mu­nity that pro­vides recre­ational ameni­ties, too, could they wish for more?

For home­own­ers of Amaia Scapes Ur­daneta and Amaia Scapes Ca­banat­uan, vi­tal gov­ern­ment in­fra­struc­ture be­ing con­structed in their re­spec­tive ar­eas will pro­vide ease of travel upon com­ple­tion.

For in­stance, the Tar­lac-Pan­gasi­nan-La Union Ex­press­way Ex­ten­sion, a 60-kilo­me­ter toll road will be ex­tended from Rosario to San Juan, La Union, thus re­duc­ing travel time for lo­cals and vis­i­tors who wish to ac­cess key des­ti­na­tions in the prov­ince and neigh­bor­ing towns.

Mean­while, the Clark In­ter­na­tional Air­port Ex­pan­sion, sched­uled for com­ple­tion in 2020, will raise the fa­cil­ity’s ca­pac­ity from four mil­lion to 12 mil­lion pas­sen­gers per year. Be­ing the do­mes­tic and in­ter­na­tional air­port clos­est to the Amaia prop­er­ties in North­ern Lu­zon, the pro­ject is ex­pected to boost busi­ness and liveli­hood op­por­tu­ni­ties for the res­i­dents and the lo­cals of Pan­gasi­nan, Nueva Ecija, and Pam­panga.

Fi­nally, the Manila-Clark Pas­sen­ger Rail­way Pro­ject is a 108-kilo­me­ter rail­way pro­ject that will con­nect Cen­tral Lu­zon and Metro Manila, re­duc­ing the two-hour travel time be­tween Manila and Clark to just 55 min­utes, giv­ing com­fort and con­ve­nience to a daily av­er­age of 350 mo­torists and pub­lic trans­port pas­sen­gers.

While these afore­men­tioned projects are on-go­ing, prospec­tive home­own­ers may check out Amaia Scapes Ur­daneta and Ca­banat­uan’s house and lot pack­ages. At Amaia Scapes Ur­daneta, op­tions avail­able are Starter Home, Twin Pod, Sin­gle Home, and Twin Home, while Amaia Scapes Ca­banat­uan of­fers Starter Home, Twin Home, Twin Pod, Bun­ga­low Pod and Multi Pod.

Both prop­er­ties are lo­cated close to shop­ping es­tab­lish­ments, schools, univer­si­ties, hos­pi­tals, and places of wor­ship.

In line with Amaia’s vi­sion to make con­tem­po­rary homes ac­ces­si­ble for all Filipinos, con­ve­nient pay­ment meth­ods such as cash, de­ferred cash, and bank fi­nanc­ing are also avail­able.

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