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About Evo City

Life moves forward. An estate forged by progress and innovation, Evo City is an innovative and prime Central Business District soon to rise just South of the Metro. A product of Ayala Land’s unwavering commitment to deliver meaningful real estate concepts will bring about a convergence of ideas and contemporary features to this new estate, creating a first-of-its-kind Central Business District in Kawit, Cavite.

Evo City Master Plan (Aerial)

Advantageous Location, Superior Accessibility Located in Kawit, Cavite just 5 km away from the Manila-Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX), Evo City offers the advantage of having efficient access to key Metro Manila cities and other urban areas. Through existing and forthcoming transport infrastructure developments, Evo City is considered well-positioned and strategically located to become a significant growth center in the region.

Inside Evo City Spanning over 200 hectares, this Central Business District (CBD) features a balanced mix of high- to mid-rise commercial and institutional developments, as well as low-rise residential options. Forward-thinking, cosmopolitan, and efficient in its design, Evo City offers a modern lifestyle suitable for individuals from all walks of life, from students to young and seasoned professionals to couples and families with a medley of options for living, working, studying, unwinding, and more to discover.


Evo City Central Business District

The Design Concept A mixed-use estate, Evo City allows you to live, work, and play in an environment that is inspiring, complete and accessible to city comforts, conveniences, and living essentials.


As a CBD of its kind, Evo City will feature commercial lots for investors and businessmen alike, giving them the opportunity to maximize their profits in a favorable, strategic location with a wide range of offerings. With the advantage of the estate’s proximity to various establishments, economic zones and estates of the following locations such as Metro Manila, Makati, Taguig, Pasay, Parañaque, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, Cavite and more—Evo City gives you full access to existing and established markets.

Evo City Retail Strip


Similar to other Ayala Land developments, Evo City will feature institutions such as church, hospital and school—giving its citizens access to fundamental needs.


Evo City will feature a 41-hectare residential subdivision, with Alveo Land as the sole developer of residential options within the estate


In addition to featuring business essentials, in Evo City you get to enjoy a wide array of lifestyle destinations with the estate’s retail options, hotels, and establishments for leisure and entertainment.

District Features With 19 hectares of sprawling parks and open spaces (plazas, parks, and parkettes) found throughout the 200-hectare development, Evo City offers its citizens a more pleasant pedestrian experience by seamlessly connecting its various areas with fresh, green open spaces.

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Evo City

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Ayala plans new CBD in Kawit, Cavite
By: Doris Dumlao-Abadilla – Reporter

Property giant Ayala Land Inc. unveiled on Thursday a 200-hectare new estate development called “Evo City” in Kawit, Cavite, groomed to be the next central business district (CBD) south of the metropolis that will benefit from robust economic growth and infrastructure-building.

The group will jumpstart development of this newest mixed-use project with a new gated village under Alveo Land called “The Residences at Evo City,” bringing P7.4 billion worth of new real estate inventory in the form of subdivision lots which will be turned over to buyers by 2020.

In a press briefing on Thursday, Alveo Land president Jennylle Tupaz, said The Residences would be the only subdivision development in this future CBD which is as big as the Makati CBD. The Residences will be to Evo City as Urdaneta Village is now to Makati, a prime subdivision within a thriving CBD, she noted.

Alveo will offer only a total of 760 lots in this subdivision development, which will occupy 41.4 hectares of Evo City. For the first phase, Alveo will bring to the market 395 lots with an average size of 236 square meters (sqms). Average selling price is P30,000/sqm while average contract price is P9.7 million.
Minimum lot cut will be 294 sqms while maximum will be 325 sqms.

“The Residences at Evo City will offer the ideal living experience in the South. With the seamless synergy of all the Ayala brands involved, Evo City will become a prime CBD that will drive growth and progress in Cavite. This will be an estate that delivers complete work and living experiences in a well-masterplanned and sustainable environment,” Tupaz said.

Amenities include a main park and smaller cluster parks situated around the subdivision. The clubhouse will have a function room and board room, a lap pool, lounge pool and a children’s pool.

Alveo had sounded of its newest residential enclave to prospective buyers and is confident that lots in the first phase will be nearly sold out in no time after the official launch in the next few days.

After The Residences, subsequent residential offerings in Evo City will be high-rise developments, making this subdivision project a much-sought development, especially for families seeking to live in a gated village accessible to people working in Metro Manila.

Evo City – which is bordered by the Centennial Road, Kalayaan Road and the soon-to-be developed Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) – was to be less than an hour away from the metropolis by road travel.

Based on its pricing level, Alveo’s The Residences is suitable for households with combined monthly income of about P300,000. Monthly amortization to purchase a lot is estimated starting at P160,000.

Aside from residential offerings by Alveo, Evo City will also feature a lifestyle mall by the Ayala Malls Group, a hotel by Ayala Hotels and Resorts Corp, office developments by Ayala Land Offices, and residential offerings by Alveo Land. Civic space for parks and plazas, a school, church, and hospital complete the estate. In addition, other Ayala companies such as Globe Telecom and Manila Water will be lending their expertise in developing the communication and water systems.

Later in the year, Tupaz said Alveo Land would also offer commercial lots for sale in Evo City.

About 40 percent of Evo City will be devoted to open space. Based on the masterplan, the entire CBD is anchored by a 5-hectare park for various outdoor activities. It will also have mini-parks and mini-plazas and a pedestrian-friendly road network with dedicated bike lanes.

The first phase of development in Evo City, which was previously idle land, covers 121 hectares. The estate is also envisioned to offer smart and efficient designs with multiple and interconnected services such as traffic management, public transport, emergency services and security systems managed through an integrated operations center. This seeks to ensure that everyday operations run seamlessly throughout the future CBD.

Tupaz said Evo City was derived from the word “evolution” as this project sought to bring the district and its outlying areas forward towards growth and progress.

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Reshaping Land, Reshaping Lives

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At Ayala Land, Inc., we don’t just reshape land – we reshape lives. We create spaces that inspire, and reshape communities – whether through walkable estates that encourage healthy living, leisure experiences that give shape to special memories, workspaces where goals are made and achieved, or homes where families are nurtured. We reshape potential into engines of growth and economic development for more Filipinos.

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BGC View Video

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This video was taken on the 28th floor of West Tower at One Serendra. Good view to see One and Two Serendra. You can also see Seda Hotel, East Gallery Place construction, Verve, and site location of Alveo Park Triangle Towers (Office).


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LRT-1 News

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LRT-1 operator LRMC breaks ground for the pre-construction work on the LRT-1 Cavite Extension to connect the exsiting line with 20 passenger stations.The 11.7 kilometer rail extension will have 8 passenger stations to be located in Parañaque, Las Piñas, and Cavite.

“It will serve an additional 300,000 commuters and will reduce travel time from Bacoor, Cavite to Manila from about two hours to about 40 minutes,” LRMC President and CEO Rogelio Singson said. LRMC is a joint venture company of MPIC’s Metro Pacific Light Rail Corporation, Ayala Corporation’s AC Infra and MIHPL.

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ALI launching P117-B projects

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ALI launching P117-B projects
By Iris Gonzales (The Philippine Star) | Updated April 21, 2017

MANILA, Philippines – Ayala Land Inc. (ALI), the property and mall developer of the Ayala Group, is launching P117 billion worth of projects this year including three sprawling mixed-used estates, officials said in a briefing Wednesday.

This is higher than the P87 billion worth of projects the company launched last year, as the company remains optimistic on prospects for the property sector amid low mortgage rates, strong dollar remittances from overseas Filipinos and the growing BPO industry, ALI president Bernard Dy said following the company’s annual stockholders’ meeting.

Of the P117 billion, ALI would spend P100 billion to beef up its residential portfolio while the balance of P17 billion would be for additional estates and commercial assets.

“We are launching three new estates this year,” Dy said.

The three estates, which will bring ALI’s estate portfolio to a total of 23, are Evo City, a 250-hectare estate in Kawit, Cavite; Azuela Cove, a 25-hectare estate in Davao City and the 35-hectare joint venture project with the LT Group, the holding company of taipan Lucio Tan along the C5 corridor in Pasig.

Anna Margarita Dy, group head for strategic landbank management, said all three estates would have both residential and commercial components.

“Evo City in Kawit, Cavite is very well positioned to take advantage of some of the country’s infrastructure projects. It will be the first estate in Kawit, Cavite. This will be very close to the city at the same time it has a water frontage. Another is in Davao, which is a 25-hectare estate right at the heart of Davao. The third estate will be a 35-hectare parcel in Quezon City and Pasig. We have partnered with the LT Group. It will be one of the largest estates along the C5 corridor,” Dy said.

ALI is pouring in P88 billion in capital expenditures this year, higher than the P85 billion spent a year ago.

During the company’s annual stockholders’ meeting yesterday, ALI chairman Fernando Zobel de Ayala said the company is on track with its target to hit P40 billion in net income by 2020.

Ayala + Sy = Elevated Toll Road

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Ayala, Sy groups team up for P25-B elevated toll road

THE Ayala and Sy families are teaming up for the development of a P25-billion elevated toll road that will link the SM Mall of Asia complex in Pasay City to Sta. Mesa, Manila through the Makati central business district.

Ayala Corp. and SM Investments Corp., through their wholly owned subsidiaries, submitted a joint unsolicited proposal to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DWPH) to build the 8.6-kilometer, four-lane Circumferential Road 3 (C3) Expressway, the conglomerates said in separate disclosures to the stock exchange on Friday.

The unsolicited proposal has a concession period of 35 years and covers the design, financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of the tollway.

The C3 Expressway is expected to get the approval of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Investment Coordination Committee in the second quarter of 2018, AC Infrastructure President and CEO Jose Rene D. Almendras in a briefing on Friday.

The new tollway will be designed to have a capacity of 100,000 vehicles moving at 60 kilometers per hour (kph) and will be completed in three years.

Both parties have reached out to San Miguel Corp. (SMC) to join the consortium for the project, which has also attracted the interest of other local and foreign companies, Mr. Almendras said.

“We have no decision from them (SMC) yet. They are still evaluating,” Mr. Almendras said.

The project will have five interchanges located in Sta. Mesa, Ayala’s Circuit Makati project, Ayala-Gil Puyat Avenues, Roxas Boulevard, and the SM Mall of Asia Complex.

The proposed toll road is seen reducing traffic congestion along EDSA, the country’s main thoroughfare. It will also provide an alternative route from Pasay and Makati to the cities of Mandaluyong, San Juan and Manila.

The C3 Expressway was initiated by SM, which was looking for a way to improve the accessibility of its projects in the Manila Bay area, Mr. Almendras said.

“If you need to go to Makati (from Mall of Asia) without passing through EDSA, this is the way to go,” Mr. Almendras said, noting that the tollway will reduce travel time by 75%.

The SM Mall of Asia complex is the flagship development of SM Prime Holdings, Inc., the real estate arm of SM Investments. Located along Manila Bay, the 60-hectare reclaimed land is home to one of SM Prime’s biggest shopping mall, office buildings, residential condominiums, hotel, arena, and a church.

“We don’t mind forging partnerships as long as it makes sense for business,” SM Senior Vice-President for Investor Relations Cora P. Guidote said in a telephone interview.

The project is subject to a Swiss challenge — the course the government takes when dealing with unsolicited proposals, which requires an invitation to make competing offers while giving the original proponent the right to match them.

This is not the first time that both conglomerates will be partnering for a project.

Fierce competitors in the areas of banking and real estate, the Sy and Ayala families have decided to work on more projects together following a decision to jointly manage and develop the Ortigas family’s OCLP Holdings, Inc. in November 2014 after a legal row that lasted two years.

In 2015, SM Prime and Ayala Land, Inc. teamed up with Megaworld Corp. and Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. to form Trident Infrastructure and Development Corp. in vying for the P122.8-billion Laguna Lakeshore Expressway Dike Project — one of the biggest infrastructure projects the Aquino administration has rolled out to date.

A consortium of SM Prime and Ayala Land also won in 2015 the bid to develop a portion of the South Road Properties in Cebu. — Krista Angela M. Montealegre and Imee Charlee C. Delavin

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