Ara Vista Village is the latest real estate development venture from AMA Communities. Inc. Located in Gen. Trias, Ara Vista is located right along Crisanto de los Reyes Avenue, just after Amadeo, Cavite.
One of the model homes at Ara Vista.
With health and fitness as top priorities for families today, parents now prefer a more dynamic neighborhood that encourages their children to play and be active. The 50-hectare Ara Vista Village in Gen. Trias, Cavite – masterplanned by Palafox Associates – has all the venues to make this happen.
As a self-contained township development, Ara Vista Village has everything that a family needs, including several family-oriented amenities that promote a more active lifestyle.
An artist’s rendition of the proposed clubhouse area. Photo from the Ara Vista website.
Families can bond over sports and fitness activities at the tennis and basketball courts, or enjoy a relaxing dip in the cool waters of the adult and kiddie pools. Themed parks and playgrounds where moms can take their young ones for a bit of fun and exercise are also available.
Meanwhile, parents looking for a more relaxing and serene form of activity will find the scenic tree-lined jogging paths and bicycle lanes as well as the lush green gardens perfect for an invigorating early morning run or stress-relieving yoga sessions.
The Ara Vista Master Development Plan. Photo courtesy of the Ara Vista website.
More than just promoting an active lifestyle, the amenities in Ara Vista Village are also designed to foster a close-knit community among the residents. Families can converge at any of these spots or at the clubhouse where many community activities can be held. Dubbed as a telepolis for transforming information age technology into a physically built subdivision, Ara Vista Village features Wi-Fi connectivity in several common areas to keep families connected to the virtual world anytime of the day.
To learn more about Ara Vista Village, visit www.aravista.com or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +632.822.3443
(Article from The Philippine Star)