Reminder: Anvaya Cove Price Increase on June 15, 2012

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Hello Everyone,

I have good news for all the Anvaya Cove lot owners! The value of Anvaya Cove lots will have a an average of 5% increase by June 15, 2012.
And For those who want to purchase Anvaya Cove lots, you still have a chance to avail of the old price.

My communication lines are open for anybody interested in this chance!
Let me know if this works for you!

Your Ayala Land Guide,

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T: (02)577.27.12
E: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph

 

 

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West Tower at One Serendra in the Philippine Star

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HI!

I would like to share with you this One Serendra article. Enjoy!

 

Date of publication: May 19, 2012
Publication: Philippine Star

 

 

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Cocoon Chic: An ALP Residential Buildings Open House on May 20, 2012 – Event Day Promos for BuyersCocoon Chic: An ALP Residential Buildings Open House on May 20, 2012 – Event Day Promos for Buyers

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Nuvali Weekend Fiesta Market

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Join us every weekend at the NUVALI Transport Terminal and enjoy a variety of products offered by our merchants at our Weekend Fiesta Market!

Specialty Food

Dielle’s Honey – locally produced honey and honey wine
Bigasan – brown and organic rice
Regional Products – souvenir products from Baguio, Bicol, Pampanga, Laguna, Cebu, and Bulacan

Fresh Produce/Vegetables

Healthy Flocks – native chicken and brown eggs
Kitchen Herbs – salad greens and gourmet vegetables
Robinson’s – all season fruits and health and wellness products

Plants

Marise Joyce Garden – landscaping services and fruit trees
Cynpol Garden – orchids
Sardo’s Garden – ornamental plants
Satara – native products
Fiameta’s Plants – garden accessories
Yam Halamanan – aquatic plants and fish

Dry/Crafts

Hotel Line – world class discounted cutlery
Banig – buli, buri, and banig novelties
Habi – hand-woven products

See you there!

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Your Ayala Land Guide,

COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
T: (02)577.27.12
E: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph

Ayala Land opens US office

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MILPITAS, California— “No distance is too far for Filipinos,” said the Ayala flyer. Indeed, particularly when the distance is between the US and back home, the Philippines. Money remittances breach that distance in seconds…but what Ayala Land refers to is going back home for a rest, retirement or investment. Like a robin flying home to roost, the distance is never too far.

Antonio Aquino, president of Ayala Land International, was on hand to cut the ceremonial ribbon opening the doors of the first Ayala Land office in the US in the city of Milpitas. At a press conference held after the formal opening, Aquino said that the economic landscape in the Philippines is better now and showing positive growth. He is confident that Filipinos will be investing back home. Not only will the return on investment higher compared to US or Europe, they will help boost the economy of the other country they call home.

Aquino said that the US office will offer the breadth of products and services the Ayala group of companies is known for including tourism. The Ayala group recently purchased the prestigious “El Nido Resort” and has entered the tourism business. They have also started putting up Ayala branded hotels called “The Cocoon” to cater to locals, foreign tourists or Filipinos traveling from abroad.

It’s no surprise then that the Ayala Group is now ready to service the needs of their Kababayans in America. But why in Milpitas? Sometime in the early 2000, Ayala Land International built its first Filipino owned mall here called Seasons Market Place at Landess Street. For its anchor brand, it has the biggest Filipino owned chain-supermarket, Seafood City with 21 superstores in three states. Within the mall can be found popular Filipino restaurants and boutiques. There’s Goldilocks, ChowKing, Red Ribbon, Max’s Chicken, Café Adventure (serving Café Barako), Beard Papa and other Asian shops.

Milpitas’ twice elected mayor Filipino American Jose Esteves said that it was a confluence of events and timing why Ayala Land chose his city. Land was available and the price was right. He also was proud to say that Milipitas has recently been crowned as the town with the largest concentration of Filipinos in Northern California (unseating Daly City). It is also part and parcel of Silicon Valley, where young affluent technocrats live and work. The Ayala brand is a perfect fit for the mix of ethnicity and wealth in this area.

‘It’s all about customer service,’  Thomas F. Mirasol, assistant vice president of Ayala Land, said “It’s all about service. Through the opening of the ALI Milpitas Office, we are initiating the company’s permanent presence in the United States.”

“What has given us the advantage in the US market is the brand. People may not know our customer service representatives and even our managers, but they know the brand, Ayala Land. They trust us enough that they choose from our real estate developments and trust that with us, they get the most [out] of their investment for their families—their homes,” said Mirasol.

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A mall for the ‘active lifestyle’ rises in Subic

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Something big has happened since the withdrawal of the US Forces in Subic Bay, said Olongapo City Mayor James Gordon Jr. Ayala Land has anchored at the heart of this Freeport Zone.

Aptly named Harbor Point, the latest of the Ayala malls is comfortably nestled in a sprawling 6.5-hectare development that will feature a manmade riverbank and a jogging path replete with fitness equipment, akin to LA’s Muscle Beach. This is in line with the mall’s “active lifestyle” theme that also includes indoor futsal, yoga and martial arts.

Harbor Point’s casual, resort-oriented ambience blends seamlessly with the city’s fun, nature, sports and beach milieu. Carrying a tagline “Where Everyday’s A Holiday,” it has over 300 local and foreign merchants, a game zone, and dining and entertainment areas.

“Harbor Point is complementary to what they already have,” said Ayala Land president Tony Aquino. Aquino also said Harbor Point supports and promotes sustainability on all levels, and partners with the government in turning its techno hub vision into a reality.

The mall is designed to be energy-efficient. There is a natural breezeway to keep the area cool, and natural light to illuminate the entire activity center. Customers are encouraged to bring their own eco-bags, and come June, a no-plastic policy will be implemented.

Tax-free goodies

While Subic may have long been the shopping destination for many Manila residents for its tax-free goodies, Harbor Point will hold the distinction as the city’s first dining and entertainment venue.

The promenade is lined with a wide selection of restaurants, said Rowena Tomeldan, Ayala Land VP and head of operations, commercial business group. A mere stone’s throw away are shopping and entertainment zones, equipped with four state-of-the-art cinemas, plus a 5,000-sq-m Puregold supermarket.

According to Ayala Land vice president Javi Hernandez, some merchants will also retail products lesser than their branches outside SBMA. Office and residential buildings will also be constructed around the area.

The P2.5-billion Ayala development marks Ayala Land’s venture toward expanding in Central Luzon. “We have identified the Pampanga-Bataan-Zambales corridor as the key growth area,” said Bernard Vincent Dy, Ayala Land executive vice president.

Harbor Point’s opening deepened further Ayala’s presence in the area, Dy continued. Other Ayala Land developments in the area include Anvaya Cove in Morong, Bataan, now an established residential and outdoor/nature destination.

There is a free shuttle service around Subic Bay on weekdays, and on weekends this extends toward their residential developments. At present, there is still no water transport.

“Subic is a haven for super yachts, a cruise-ship destination with vibrant tourism programs. Harbor Point will bring Subic to a new level,” said SBMA chair Bobby Garcia.

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E: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph

Ayala Land to begin work on new UP hub next month

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AYALA LAND, Inc. plans to start work on another mixed-use development in partnership with the University of the Philippines Diliman, this time at the site of its preparatory school along Katipunan Avenue. 

“We are targeting to break ground on the UPIS (UP Integrated School) project by June of this year,” Pamela T. Perez, Ayala Land investor communications and compliance head, told BusinessWorld in a text message.

Ayala Land had earlier bared plans to develop the UPIS complex — which sits on a 7.4-hectare lot outside the main UP Diliman campus — into a P3-billion, mixed-use complex with retail and office components, similar to the UP-Ayala Land TechnoHub on Commonwealth Avenue.

Part of the deal entailed the transfer and construction of a new UPIS building within the UP Diliman campus grounds.

“The high school of UP is now under construction. I think that will be completed within this year,” Alfredo E. Pascual, UP president, told BusinessWorld in a separate interview.

“After the high school [department] has been fully transferred to the academic zone of UP Diliman, Ayala Land should also be able to fully start the development of the [current] UPIS campus,” Mr. Pascual added.

The new UPIS building will be located on the site of the old Narra Residence Hall, according to earlier reports.

The state university will be receiving a portion of the revenues from Ayala Land’s operations of the new development.

“The revenues will come in the form of lease rental of the property.

There is a guaranteed minimum amount. On top of that, if the revenues of Ayala Land will go beyond a certain point, we will be sharing a percentage of the property’s revenues,” Mr. Pascual said.

Asked about the estimated proceeds, Mr. Pascual only said: “We will talk about that when the development is already in place.”

Ayala Land had earlier said it was keen to build develop large, mixed-use complexes similar to its existing 1,860-hectare NUVALI project in Laguna, with possible sites identified in provinces north and east of Metro Manila.

Ayala Land hiked its net income for the first quarter by 31.48% to P2.13 billion as better sales in most property segments offset an increase in expenses. — FJGDLF

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