AMAIA LAND, a subsidiary of Ayala Land Inc., is focusing on residential projects in Central Luzon, banking on the region’s economic growth and infrastructure push.
In a statement, Amaia Land said it is a good time to invest in Central Luzon, whether through a home or a business.
“First, the region is evolving into the country’s newest metropolis. With continuous growth of infrastructure in the region, it remains an attractive destination not just to foreign investors who wish to set up facilities in the country but also to locals who want to experience what the region has to offer,” the company said.
Central Luzon is home to three freeport zones: Clark Freeport Zone, Bataan Freeport Zone, and Subic Freeport Zone.
The government is also pushing for the development of the new Clark City Government Administrative Center, which will host satellite offices of the executive, legislative, and judiciary branches, and attached agencies.
Clark International Airport is also being positioned as the Philippines’ aviation hub.
“Amaia Land itself takes pride in several projects in the region, found in progressive towns and cities like San Jose del Monte and Sta. Maria in Bulacan; Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecija, San Fernando and Mexico in Pampanga; and Capas in Tarlac,” the company said.
The Amaia Scapes projects offers affordable and expandable houses catering to young professionals and families.