AMAIA Land said it ensures its residential developments are completely accessible and promote connectivity, as part of its C.A.R.E.S. initiative (Complete Accessibility and Connectivity, Right-sized community, Eco-efficiency and Structural stability).
“With Filipino families and professionals opting to buy homes that are close to key establishments and entryways, Amaia builds its properties near major roads, growth areas, and transport hubs. This minimizes time spent on the road, allowing homeowners to reduce fuel consumption and cut down on their carbon footprint,” the wholly owned subsidiary of Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) said in a statement.
For its Amaia Scapes communities, the company has added pedestrian and cyclist-friendly facilities such as waiting sheds, shuttles, biking lanes, and bike racks.
Amaia Skies and Amaia Steps, its high-rise and mid-rise developments, also have retail arcades to service homeowners.