Amaia Scapes: A Tranquil Home within the Historical GenTri City Located along Arnaldo Highway in General Trias, Cavite is Amaia Scapes, a gated community occupying a total land area of 15.4 hectares. This horizontal residential development is characterized by the rich and calming nature surrounding it, as well as the abundance of homes delightfully built to suit homeowners’ preferences. Crafted Homes for Every Family Amaia Scapes is currently in its pre-selling period, although sector two of the community has been finished in the second quarter of September 2018. The community is comprised of 775 house and lots. House floor areas range from 25 sqm as far as 56 sqm. Amaia Scapes also offers two types of houses, built to accommodate families of any size. For example, families who want more space and rooms can avail of the single-home type, with two levels and a spacious floor area of 56 sqm. Smaller or budding families can go for twin homes, a house split into two, with each half occupying a floor area of 47 sqm. Aside from being cheaper, twin homes can also be an economically-sound choice for extended families to share a lot area while having a space of their own. Each house and lot is also built with its own carport, porch area, and a garden that is also an expansion area. • Land Area: 15.4 hectares • Units: 775 House and Lot Units • Location: Arnaldo Highway, Brgy. Santiago, General Trias, Cavite • Floor Area: 25 - 56 sqm • Turn-over Date: Sector 1 – ongoing, Sector 2 – 2Q 2018 Amenities Facilities for Well-being and Amusement Accompanying the spacious and modest homes are outdoor amenities like a basketball court, children’s playground, village patio, jogging path, a place of worship catering to various beliefs, village pavilion, and soon-to-be-finished swimming pool. The outdoor facilities embody tranquility, peace, and well-being as they aim to make homeowners fully enjoy their life in Amaia Scapes while taking care of their physical and mental health. • Basketball Court • Playground • Village Pavilion • Swimming Pool – soon to launch Nearby Establishments Situated along Aguinaldo Highway, Amaia Scapes is close to many historical landmarks and sites like General Trias Monument Park and the Tejeros Convention. The residential development is also adjacent to many schools like the Lyceum of the Philippines University Cavite, and the De La Salle University Dasmariñas. It is also within a comfortable distance to principal medical institutions like the De La Salle University Medical Center and the General Trias Medical Center. The key locations close to Amaia Scapes create an ideal lifestyle balanced with life, play, and work for the homeowners. About General Trias General Trias, also known as GenTri, is a first-class city in the province of Cavite. The city was formerly known as San Francisco de Malabon before it was attacked by Filipino revolutionaries led by Mariano Trias and Diego Mojica. The town was renamed General Trias City, named after Mariano Trias, on February 24, 1920. General Trias officially became a city on December 13, 2015. It has a total of 33 barangays and is home to the local fiesta Valenciana Festival held every year on December 13. The city is also home to many churches, like the St. Francis of Assisi Parish and the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, and premier universities like the Lyceum of the Philippines University-Cavite campus and the Cavite State University-General Trias campus. About Amaia Land Corp. Formerly known as First Communities Realty, Inc., Amaia Land is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ayala Land Inc. It commits to providing the quality of an A-development to a broad affordable market segment that includes government employees, teachers, manufacturing employees, small business owners, young professionals, and families of Filipinos working abroad. Amaia Land derives its name from the Spanish word “Amaya,” which refers to a high place or the fulfillment of a dream. It also draws from "Maya," a Filipino sparrow species known for their meekness and courage in hunting for food for their families every day.