Ayala's Nuvali makes for ideal dwelling
() - October 2, 2009 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Today’s ideal habitat creates utmost convenience for the daily shift from work to leisure with consideration to eco-friendliness and sustainability. This is the perfect description of Nuvali, Ayala Land’s biggest regional hub that integrates residential areas, numerous open spaces, and centers for commerce and retail. Features and amenities in Nuvali include commercial centers, residential subdivisions, parks, a BPO hub, a multifunctional lake, and a Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary.

Spanning 1700 hectares across Sta. Rosa and Calamba, Laguna, Nuvali works towards the vision of a metropolis founded on standards of social, economic, and environmental sustainability.

“It has always been Ayala Land’s philosophy to take in consideration the natural landscape and attributes of our developments,” says Rex Mendoza, senior vice president and head of corporate sales and marketing for Ayala Land.

Environmental consideration is definitely present in Nuvali. The entire development adopts a fifty percent distribution of built and open spaces. Its multifunctional lake provides alternative transportation through boats and also functions as rainwater reservoir and ground water run-off. In addition, its community neighborhoods use stormwater management systems.

Providing families a wide range of options, Nuvali is an attractive place of residence. All three of ALI’s major projects – Ayala Land Premier, Alveo, and Avida – are present in Nuvali and caters to different segments across the market.

“Nuvali has a variety of offerings for different sets of lifestyles. Through Nuvali, we wanted to offer a spacious, modern, and eco-friendly alternative dwelling,” says Mendoza.

Abrio is the flagship community of Ayala Land Premier in Nuvali and is ideal for residents who wish for privacy and security without having to give up the joy of living in an open, environment-friendly neighborhood. Also from Ayala Land Premier is Montecito which lies at the heart of Nuvali. Composed of only 280 lots, Montecito is Ayala Land’s lowest density development since Forbes Park.

Alveo Land’s Treveia introduces a lifestyle that warmly nurtures close family and community ties in a healthy, upscale and eco-friendly environment. The development is neatly organized into small neighborhood clusters within four distinct zones themed after the natural elements of water, wood, earth and wind. At the center of it all is a 2.5-hectare grand central park with an iconic clubhouse and expansive outdoor area.

Also present in Nuvali is Avida Land. It is continuing its commitment to provide quality affordable homes through Avida Settings Nuvali. The development’s design principle of dedicating at least 45% of the development to open spaces helps foster harmony and closer relationship between neighbors.

Recently, ALI partnered with sister company, BPI Family Savings Bank in a pioneering Home Exclusives Fair that featured an integrated showcase of ALI’s three most sought-after brands: Ayala Land Premier, Alveo, and Avida with BFSB providing financial enabling.

“We wanted to provide potential homeowners a wide range of housing options while offering them financing packages that fit their lifestyle,” says BFSB president, Alfonso Salcedo, Jr.

Mendoza, an authority in real estate, encourages potential homeowners to act on acquiring their dream homes, saying, “Dreams have deadlines. Waiting for the “right time” is not always the most effective strategy because, for instance, your kids might be all grown up and moving out just when you’re ready to buy that dream home. By then, you have missed the chance to enjoy your abode with them.”

To learn more about Nuvali and other ALI developments, log on to www.ayalaland.com.ph.

ALFONSO SALCEDO ALVEO ALVEO LAND AVIDA AVIDA LAND AYALA AYALA LAND AYALA LAND PREMIER LAND NUVALI
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