Riomonte Launch

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Hi Everyone,

Ayala Land Premier is launching its NEWEST high-end village in NUVALI!

Join us this Sunday, May 31st at Rigodon Ballroom, Manila Penn (11 to 6pm).

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COCO MIDEL
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CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
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Two Roxas Triangle Available Units

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Here are the available units in Two Roxas Triangle:

Unit 5C
304 sqm
No Balcony
3 Parking Slots
PhP 61.20M (inclusive of parking price, VAT, and other charges)

Unit 4D
302 sqm
No Balcony
3 Parking Slots
PhP 62.30M (inclusive of parking price, VAT, and other charges)

Unit 5D
302 sqm
No Balcony
3 Parking Slots
PhP 62.46M (inclusive of parking price, VAT, and other charges)

Unit 7D
302 sqm
No Balcony
3 Parking Slots
PhP 62.76M (inclusive of parking price, VAT, and other charges)

Unit 11D
302 sqm
No Balcony
3 Parking Slots
PhP 63.37M (inclusive of parking price, VAT, and other charges)

Sample Terms offered (using Unit 11D as sample unit). Amount indicated below are inclusive of VAT. :

1. Cash in 30 days with 6% discount

2. Cash in 60 days with 5% discount

3. Cash in 90 days with 4% discount

4. 10% downpayment (P5.65M), 10% spread over 20 months (P308K/month), 80% lumpsum (P49.26M) @ 0% interest

5. 20% downpayment (P17.09M), 80% spread until January 2019 (P1.02M/month)@ 0% interest

6. 20% downpayment (P11.81M), 20% spread until December 2018 (P511K), 60% lumpsum (P37.13M)

For inquiries,

COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
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Ayala Township News

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Ayala Land to cap year with two more townships
SOURCE:
http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Corporate&title=ayala-land-to-cap-year-with-two-more-townships&id=108070

PROPERTY GIANT Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is launching two more township projects for the rest of the year as the company capitalizes on the strong demand for real estate to boost growth.
Anna Ma. Margarita B. Dy, ALI’s group head for strategic land bank management, said the new large-scale developments are located in Metro Manila and outside the Philippine capital.

“We have two more planned this year but there are certain permitting that needs to happen,” Ms. Dy said in a briefing on May 13.

The vertical township in Metro Manila may have a size of 10 hectares, while the other one will be “a couple of a hundred hectares” in size involving horizontal projects, Ms. Dy added.

The real estate arm of the Ayala group broke ground on two new estates in the first quarter: the P25-billion Cloverleaf in Balintawak, Quezon City and the P6-billion Capitol Central in Bacolod City.

These added to the company’s roster of established estates such as the Makati business district, Cebu Park District, Bonifacio Global City, and Nuvali, as well as emerging ones like Arca South in Taguig City, Vertis North in Quezon City, and Alviera in Pampanga, among others.

ALI is currently in 45 growth centers across the country.

HOMESTARTER BONDS
Likewise, ALI is set to start the construction of its nine-hectare mixed-use development in Aseana City in the fourth quarter.

While the project’s master plan is being refined, the complex will have roughly 200,000 square meters of shopping space, 20,000 square meters of office space for business process outsourcing (BPO) firms and 300 hotel rooms, ALI Senior Vice-President Jose Emmanuel H. Jalandoni said.

“The economy continues to grow. The confidence continues to be quite strong across the board: residential, BPO and tourism, particularly domestic tourism,” ALI President Bernard Vincent O. Dy said.

“We continue to maintain a positive outlook for the rest of the year.”

Under its 2020 Vision, ALI is targeting a 20% annual growth rate to hit a net income of P40 billion.

ALI may raise a maximum of P2 billion from a new tranche of Homestarter bonds in the second or third quarter, said Jaime E. Ysmael, the company’s chief financial officer.

The Homestarter bonds aim to encourage customers to set aside funds for downpayment in the purchase of the real estate firm’s property. — Krista Angela M. Montealegre

PSE in BGC News

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PSE buys P805M worth of office space in Taguig
by James Loyola
May 19, 2015 (updated)

PSE logoThe Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) is buying condominium units worth P805.37 million from Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) to house the bourse’s unified offices.

In brief disclosure to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), PSE corporate information officer Aissa Encarnacion said the PSE has already signed a contract to sell with FBDC for the purchase of the condominium units.

The PSE said earlier that it has budgeted about P1 billion as its contribution for the construction of a grade “AAA” 23-story building that will become its unified headquarters in Bonifacio Global City.

While the whole building will cost around P3 billion to construct, the PSE will shoulder only about a third of it. Likewise part of the PSE’s contribution is the land donated by FBDC that will be the site of the building.

The PSE was given a lot at the premium block One Bonifacio High Street (BHS) at the core of BGC’s future central business district under a revised deal with Ayala Land Inc.

The office space was in exchange for the 2,000-square meter parcel of land originally donated to the PSE by FBDC as the site for its future headquarters more than a decade ago.

ALI officials said the upcoming office tower would have 29,000 square meters in leasable space, of which 19,900 sqm would be allocated to the PSE and its active brokers. The remainder will be leased out.

The unified trading floor will have about 2,000 sqm in space. The upcoming PSE headquarters would be similar to the IFC complex in Hong Kong.

The stock exchange used to operate two trading floors—one at Tower One on Ayala Avenue in Makati City, and another at Tektite building in the Ortigas district. It has put up for sale its office property in Ortigas and centralized corporate headquarters in Makati.

SOURCE: http://www.mb.com.ph/pse-buys-p805m-worth-of-office-space-in-taguig/#X6ZxFHZ63qXCligo.99

Alviera News

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Ayala Land investing P90B in Porac estate
Doris Dumlao-Abadilla
5:13 PM | Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

PROPERTY giant Ayala Land Inc. is upgrading its capital spending for Alviera in Porac, Pampanga – its first mixed-use estate with an industrial hub component in northern Luzon – catalyzing development in this formerly lahar-devastated municipality.

In a press briefing on Tuesday, Alviera general manager John Estacio said the 1,100-hectare Alvierra, a joint venture between ALI and Leonio Land Holdings, would be built at a cost of P90 billion over its project life of about 25 to 30 years.

The projected capital spending was raised from an earlier estimate of P75 billion to factor in major infrastructure improvements and tree-planting/bioengineering activities. For instance, new sub-stations directly connected to the national grid were being installed in the estate to ensure ample electricity supply to new locators setting up manufacturing hubs.

Of the total capital outlays, P7.3 billion is expected to be invested in the next three years for the first phase, covering some 207 hectares comprising the new industrial park, a P1-billion six-hectare country club, two academic institutions (Miriam College and Holy Angel University) and three Ayala Land residential communities.

“Alviera has strongly pushed for industrial, residential and recreational developments, as well as tourism” John Estacio, Alviera general manager. “We have made leaps with the SandBox outdoor adventure park as an interim attraction, drawing as much as 120,000 visitors since its opening last year.”

Complementing the Subic and Clark industrial hubs, Alviera Industrial Park (AIP) is expected to generate 5,000 jobs over the next three years. All 16 lots for sale under the first phase of development have been taken up, while three clusters of ready-built, standard factory buildings (SFB) for lease are currently being offered to small to medium enterprises. The SFB floor area totals 20,000 square meters available for lease with rental rate starting at P150 to P200/sqm per month.

The industrial lots for sale are priced at P4,000 to P5,000 per square meter with lot cuts of one to 1.5 hectares. To weed out property speculators, the lot buyers are required to build their manufacturing facility within three years or ALI will otherwise buy back the lots.

The first batch of locators confirmed for the industrial park – which is accredited by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority – are in food manufacturing, plastic packaging, motorcycle parts and electronics industries. They are expected to operate out of this new hub starting January 2017.

Given the strong demand for industrial lots, Estacio said the group was considering to boost the inventory of industrial space in this complex for the next phase.

“Just as we did with Laguna Technopark, the Alviera Industrial Park is primed to drive industry growth for the province. We are getting outstanding government support through PEZA, and there is a competitive labor force readily available in Pampanga and nearby provinces for the industrial park,” said Patrick Avila, AIP general manager.

This project will bring to Pampanga’s property market about 1,500 residential units for phase 1 across the three Ayala Land residential brands.

Avida Land recently launched its first project in the estate, Avida Settings Alviera, located across the future city center. To date, about 85 percent of the project has been taken up. Residential lots are being sold for about P11,600/sqm. Alveo and Ayala Land Premier will launch their own projects later in the year.

The Alviera country club, envisioned as a venue for community convergence, sits at the heart of the development and has been specifically chosen for its panoramic views. It will be managed by the same group behind Anvaya Cove and South Links Golf Club, Ayala Club Management Inc. The P1-billion club, which will feature a cluster of swimming pools and other amenities, is targeted for completion in 2018.

“We naturally expect to draw employees for the country club from the local population. Hotel and Restaurant Management college courses are very popular here. There are also high expectations from Alviera Country Club’s cuisine since it’s situated in the heart of the country’s culinary capital,” said Albert Ong, Alviera Country Club project manager.

Individual shares for the club are currently selling at P580,000 while corporate shares go for P950,000.

“Following the success of Ayala Land in developing large-scale master-planned mixed communities like Makati, Bonifacio Global City and NUVALI, we envision a bright future ahead in our newest venture in the north,“ Estacio added.

SOURCE:
http://business.inquirer.net/192163/ayala-land-investing-p90b-in-porac-estate

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Alviera Country Club AVP

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Here’s the AVP of Alviera Country Club in Pampanga.
Enjoy!

If you are interested to get a club membership in Alviera Country Club, you can contact me.

Thanks,

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Riomonte in Nuvali

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Hi Everyone,

If you want to know more about RIOMONTE in Nuvali, get in touch with me.

Thanks,

COCO MIDEL
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E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
PRC License 0005279 / HLURB 001035

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