Anvaya Event in GB5

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Hello Everyone,

Photo below was during Anvaya Cove’s mini-fashion event in Greenbelt 5, also to mark the launch of Neighborhood 7, called VISTAS AT MANGO GROVE.

anvaya cove in greenbelt 5 ampitheater

To know more about the new lots in Anvaya Cove being offered, feel free to call me.

Your Ayala Land Guide,

COCO MIDEL

Mobile 0917 580 2013

Email coco.ayala@gmail.com

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Ayala Greenfield Phase 6

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Hello Everyone, here’s the official map with prices for Phase 6 Lots in Ayala Greenfield Estates.

Ayala Greenfield Estates Phase 6

For more inquiries, call me.

Regards,

COCO MIDEL

Mobile 0917 580 2013

Email coco.ayala@gmail.com

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Anvaya Neighborhood 7

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Dear Valued Ayala Client:
We are launching a new neighborhood at Anvaya Cove
“The Vistas at Mango Grove” – Neighborhood 7
We will be opening 36 lots with views of the Greens, Parks, & South China Sea
·         36 lots on a 6.3 hectare land – VERY EXCLUSIVE
·         Lot cuts: 450-1,640 sqm
·         Price starts at P6M
·         All SINGLE-LOADED lots
·         Reservation Checks are now being accepted for a VIP selling before Public Launch on 1st week of August
A starter lot @ Neighborhood 7 is 450 sqm = around P6M

Dear Valued Ayala Client:

We are launching a new neighborhood at Anvaya Cove

“The Vistas at Mango Grove” – Neighborhood 7

anvaya cove n7

We will be opening 36 lots with views of the Greens, Parks, & South China Sea

·         36 lots on a 6.3 hectare land – VERY EXCLUSIVE

·         Lot cuts: 450-1,640 sqm

·         Price starts at P6M

·         All SINGLE-LOADED lots

·         Reservation Checks are now being accepted for a VIP selling before Public Launch on 1st week of August

A starter lot @ Neighborhood 7 is 450 sqm = around P6M

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile +63-917-50-29252 (+63-917-50-AYALA)

Email midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph / coco.ayala@gmail.com

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Manila Water in Laguna/Nuvali

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Manila Water acquires Laguna water supplier

CHERYL M. ARCIBAL, GMANews.TV

07/21/2009 | 03:33 PM

MANILA, Philippines – Manila Water Co. Inc. (MWCI) has acquired a company that supplies water in Laguna, betting the acquisition will help it serve more customers in one of the Philippines’ highly-developed provinces.

The Ayala-led water distributor now owns 100 percent of AAA Water Corp. (AWC), which holds 70 percent of Laguna AAA Water Corp. (LAWC), a joint venture between AWC and the Laguna provincial government, the company told the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

Manila Water paid “around P180 million” for the acquisition, Rene Almendras, Manila Water president, told GMANews.TV.

In 2007, LAWC secured a 25-year concession to supply water to the city of Sta. Rosa and the municipalities of Biñan and Cabuyao, which are also locations of multinational companies such as Nestle, Coca-Cola, and Ford Motors.

A number of residential and commercial projects are also being undertaken by real estate giants such as Ayala Land, Vista Land and Eton Properties in the areas.

“The potential for growth is extremely high as the area is currently being underserved,” Manila Water said. “At the moment, only 120,000 people, out of a total 600,000 population, are currently being served by the existing water network.”

Sales growth will be driven by “new developments in the area…not counting the inflow of new residents to ongoing and proposed residential and commercial developments,” the company said, adding that the area’s population is expected to grow to as much as 1 million people over the next 15 years.

Along with the company’s takeover of water and wastewater operations in Boracay Island, the latest acquisition will help it expand services to other cities in Laguna, currently one of the country’s most developed provinces.

Manila Water, which services 5.6 million people in the east zone of Metro Manila, has started its operations in 1997. It has reduced its water losses from 63 percent to less than 20 percent presently.

On Tuesday, Manila Water’s shares closed flat at P15 each. – GMANews.TV

SOURCE:

http://www.gmanews.tv/story/167864/Manila-Water-acquires-Laguna-water-supplier


To know more about Nuvali properties, call 0917 580 2013.

Nuvali in “Ecofriendly Tips”

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It never fails to make me smile everytime I come accross a blog that understands our vision for Nuvali.

Below is an excerpt from the blog “Eco-friendly Tips”:


Ayala land has developed a new way to help our planet form pollution and keeping women in shape. Ayala Land has developed a 46 hectare Lakeside Evozone Business Community. In the vicinity you will  find tree-lined sidewalks, bike paths, and dedicated bike lanes that make getting around easier on the environment and better for your health.

Part of an approximately 150-hectare commercial hub dedicated to become the premier business district of NUVALI, the 46-hectare Lakeside Evozone provides perks to locators such as fiscal incentives for business establishments operating within the Lakeside Evozone. Incentives include income tax holiday, exemption from import and export tax, foreign exchange assistance and financial assistance for PEZA registered companies and industries.

NUVALI’s Lakeside Evozone was carefully conceptualized with well-thought out facilities and infrastructures such as telecom redundancy, central sewage treatment plant and underground utilities in a campus-type setting with generous open spaces, landscaped parks and side walks, parking areas with permeable blocks, and located near the lakeside shops at NUVALI and the NUVALI transport terminal area.

To read the rest of the blog, click on the link below:

http://ecofriendlytip.com/2009/07/21/nuvali-and-its-eco-activities/

Regards,

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile 0917 580 2013

Email coco.ayala@gmail.com

Nuvali Commercial Lots

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Hello Everyone,

We’ve seen how Nuvali has magnificently come about in just a span of a year or so. I’ve posted several info here regarding residential properties in Nuvali. It’s unfair that I have not devoted as much space to the commercial lots knowing that some of you might be interested about them just as well.

So here it is, all the info you need reading Nuvali Commercial lots (availability, prices, etc):

nuvali commercial lot 1a

nuvali commercial lot 1b

nuvali commercial lot 2

nuvali commercial lot 3a

nuvali commercial lot 3b

nuvali commercial lot 4

Feel free to contact me anytime if y0u are interested.

Your Ayala Land Guide,


COCO MIDEL

Mobile 0917 580 2013

Email coco.ayala@gmail.com / midel.jerico@ayalalandinc.com

US towers Go Green

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Hello Everyone,

I came this news article and I thought it might be a good idea to post it here since I’ve been talking about Ayala Land’s green vision for Nuvali.

Enjoy!

Coco Midel

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile 0917 580 2013

Email coco.ayala@gmail.com

Iconic skyscrapers find new luster in green tech

By CHRIS KAHN, AP Energy Writer Chris Kahn, Ap Energy Writer Sat Jul 4, 12:30 pm ET

NEW YORK – When owners of the Empire State Building decided to blanket its towering facade this year with thousands of insulating windows, they were only partly interested in saving energy.

They also needed tenants.

After 78 years, Manhattan’s signature office building had lost its sheen as one of the city’s most desirable places to work. To get it back, the owners did what an increasing number of property owners have done — they went green, shelling out $120 million on a variety of environmental improvements, a move would have been considered a huge gamble a few years ago.

Buildings that define city skylines across the country, some national icons, are catching up to the sleek, new structures designed with efficiency in mind, as property owners and managers become convinced that a greener building now makes financial sense.

That’s because in recent years environmental retrofits have begun to pay off for owners and tenants alike. Higher-profile companies are seeking out more efficient office space, and new technology at older buildings has started to translate into higher property values, leases and occupancy rates.

“In a good market, we’re going to get the best rents for the best tenants,” said Anthony E. Malkin, who leads a real estate group that owns the Empire State Building. “In a bad market like we have now, we’re going to get tenants when other buildings won’t.”

Renovation specialists around the country have been plugging porous walls in numerous old buildings, adding high tech water systems and using recycled material in carpets and tile.

One of them is the Christman Building in Lansing, Mich., an 81-year-old Elizabethan Revival office that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places. While repairing the limestone exterior and preserving unique details like the mica light fixtures, the building owners spent $8.5 million to add water-efficient plumbing and increased the amount of natural light. They also capped the building with a reflective “cool” roof.

Chicago’s Sears Tower announced late last month that it will embark on a five-year, $350 million green renovation. The 110-story, staggered skyscraper, which turned 36 this year, will crown its rooftops with solar panels, wind turbines and up to 35,000 square feet of sunlight-absorbing gardens.

When complete, the improvements will cut the tower’s annual electricity use by 80 percent and save 24 million gallons of water, property managers say.

Building owners trumpet their environmental commitment when extensive modifications are made, yet in many cases those changes are being pushed by tenants.

Many high-profile tenants won’t even consider moving into a property without the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, said Allan Skodowski with Transwestern management group. They may not even know what the certification means, he said, but they demand it nonetheless.

“They say ‘We want LEED,'” Skodowski said, “and that’s it.”

Nine of Transwestern’s properties received certification this year. A combination of energy efficient light bulbs and other green equipment helped those buildings slash energy consumption. On average, they’ve seen a 2 percent drop in energy costs, even as electricity rates jumped between 10 percent and 40 percent, Skodowski said.

Leasing rates have not risen as a result of the changes, Skodowski said, yet at the same time occupancy rates have not fallen. That’s a victory for an industry hit hard by the recession. Vacancy rates at office buildings nationwide have gone from 10.9 percent at the end of 2007 to 12.4 percent in the first quarter of this year.

“If one extra tenant comes and looks at the building, if the owner gets an extra penny or so a foot, then at the end of the day it’s paying for itself,” Skodowski said.

A recent analysis by real estate researcher CoStar Group, Inc. found that green-certified buildings had fewer vacancies than other buildings with similar age, size and location.

The CoStar study, which included about 3,000 green-certified offices, found that buildings with the council’s certification enjoyed higher occupancy rates (90.3 percent) than their peers (84.7 percent) in the first three months of 2009.

Certified buildings have fetched higher lease rates for several years. The CoStar report said the buildings rented at an average of $38.86 per square foot in the first quarter of 2009 compared with $29.80 per square foot for their peers.

“This isn’t just a ‘We are doing the right thing’ movement,” said Marc Heisterkamp, U.S. Green Building Council’s director of commercial real estate. “In the end, the numbers pencil out.”

At the Empire State Building, Malkin proposed a top-to-bottom renovation that included a $13.2 million investment in new green technologies. The goal was to sufficiently reduce greenhouse gases without spending more than he could justify to his investors.

What the owners settled on was a series of upgrades that include retrofitting all 6,500 windows. Under every window, radiators will be padded with extra insulation. The building’s lighting, cold water and ventilation systems also will be upgraded.

The renovation should take 18 months. Afterward, the owners expect an annual energy savings of $4.4 million, enough to pay off the new technologies in about three years.

Already, the renovation has lured upscale, energy-conscious companies like Swedish construction firm Skanska, said Ray Quartararo with Jones Lang Lasalle, which is managing the renovation.

Skanska wanted its U.S. headquarters to have a LEED “platinum” certification — reserved for only the most efficient of buildings — and it found a willing partner in the Empire State Building. Skanska officials said the building’s management helped them install bike racks and add other energy-saving details on the 32nd floor.

“We had looked at several downtown spaces, but the Empire State Building made the most sense,” a company spokeswoman said.

Jacques Catafago, an attorney who works 16 floors above Skanska’s new office, is also happy with the changes. Catafago has fought the building management before on other fees, but he said he wouldn’t mind paying more rent if it goes toward renovations that cut his electric bill.

Besides, Catafago said, he’s already checked out the rent for similar buildings in the city and realizes he has a pretty good deal at the Empire State Building.

“We’d be paying twice as much” uptown, he said.

SOURCE:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090704/ap_on_bi_ge/us_signature_skyscrapers_efficiency

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