A new batch of homeowners in the prime South Luzon development Nuvali opened the doors to their homes as Amaia Steps Nuvali turned over several newly finished condo units on June 30.
Situated at West Conservation Avenue, Nuvali Canlubang in Calamba City, Laguna, Amaia Steps Nuvali is Amaia’s first mid-rise condominium in the eco-community. It stands to offer a total of 1,140 units composed of well-designed and spacious Studio and Premier units in its four- and six-story developments. Some of these units come with balconies that afford homeowners a refreshing view of thoughtfully planned greens and open spaces.
“We at Amaia Land remain committed to provide only the best homes to Filipino families such as brand new units that stand on fully masterplanned developments like Nuvali,” enthused Val Valecina of Amaia Land.
Valecina added, “At the forthcoming turnover of Amaia Steps Nuvali units, our new residents will be assured of a cozy, leisurely, and affordable condo living experience right at the heart of this central district.”
At the heart of the impressive 2.8-hectare development is an invigorating lifestyle amenity hub, which includes swimming pools for adults and kids, basketball courts, kids’ play zones, grand lawns, and a central clubhouse.
The mid-rise condo is a mere five-minute drive away from the main entrance of Nuvali, along Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road. It may likewise be easily accessed from surrounding towns and cities like Sta. Rosa city proper, Calamba city proper, Tagaytay City, Alabang in Muntinlupa, and Makati Central Business District.
Amaia Land offers easy payment options, including cash, deferred cash, and bank financing for prospective buyers who want to own a unit. Go to www.amaialand.com to know more.
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