Amaia Land releases statement on condominium incident

Amaia Land, a condominium developer owned by Ayala Land, has taken steps toward resolving a recent incident of burglary on one of its properties. 

The incident came to light on social media recently, when Angely Dub, CEO of Access Travel, posted on Instagram about how her unit in Amaia Skies Cubao had recently been burgled. 

In response, Raizel Matibag, project development manager at Amaia Skies Cubao, released an official statement indicating that Amaia Land has since taken the necessary steps to help resolve the matter. 

According to the statement, Amaia Land is “actively assisting in the investigation of the matter and implementing more security measures.” 

The statement in its entirety is included below:

Amaia Land Corp. (“Amaia”) would like to address and clarify the security incidents making rounds in social media that happened at Tower 2 of Amaia Skies Cubao (the “Project”), one of the condominium projects it developed.

The property manager of the Project’s condominium corporation (“Condo Corp.”) has already reached out to Ms. Angely Dub and has taken the lead on this matter given that the operations of the condominium are being managed by the Condo Corp. since 2018. These incidents have already been referred to the local authorities for proper investigation, with the Condo Corp. actively assisting in the investigation of the matter and implementing more stringent security measures.

As for the lack of CCTVs in the hallway, we take this opportunity to confirm that the Project was built to be compliant with all applicable laws and regulations and that Amaia had installed CCTVs in all the required areas.

Amaia will continue to extend assistance to the Condo Corp. in the resolution of this matter.