April 23, 2018, 12:33 am
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Amaia Land to turn over Steps Capitol Central North Building units

Amaia Land Corp. welcomed the first of batch of homeowners at the end of 2017 to their brand-new units at Amaia Steps Capitol Central in Bacolod City.

Placed earlier on the selling block, a total of 288 units—or 99 percent of units were already sold to new residents of Amaia Steps Capitol Central’s North Building. 

As for the South Building, which was launched last April, a total of 276 units—or 50 percent of units sold—will be turned over by 2020. 

To date, the total projected number of South Building units for turnover is 169 units.

“We at Amaia want every Filipino family to relish the leisurely life that they deserve and make affordable condo-living accessible to everyone,” Amaia’s Grace Calingasan-Guinto said. “The success of Amaia Steps Capitol Central now attests to that.”

The launch of Amaia Steps Capitol Central, Amaia Land’s first mid-rise residential development in Bacolod was warmly received by the market.

Located on San Juan street, Barangay. 8, Bacolod City, Amaia Steps Capitol Central’s North Building features well-designed studio, deluxe and premier units, some of which have balconies that look out on picturesque views of the metropolis. 

Convenience and accessibility are some of the advantages of living in Amaia Steps Capitol Central since everything is within reach of its residents—it has assorted retail shops and is close to various commercial establishments, including a soon-to-rise Ayala Mall, Seda Hotel, and Capitol Central Corporate Center. 

Amaia Steps Capitol Central is also near transport hubs and is a mere 13-kilometer ride from the Bacolod-Silay International Airport. Residents are also assured of unparalleled security in compliance with stringent Ayala standards.

To make it easy for Filipino families to acquire their dream homes, Amaia Land offers flexible payment schemes such as cash, deferred cash, and bank financing. 
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