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PROGRESS comes fast in Alviera as construction and development have already been set in motion. By end of this year, 250 hectares of the estate’s masterplan will be activated, expecting to infuse economic activity in Pampanga.

Artist’s perspective of Alviera Greenbelt.

Alviera, the 1,800-hectare master planned estate, jointly developed by Ayala Land and Leonio Land, strategically located in the heart of the fast-rising Central Luzon, is accessible and built with nature, designed to provide new work environments, broad range of residential options, leisure and lifestyle destinations, and quality institutions.

“The completeness is what makes the estate unique as well as its scale. There is a substantial land area for us to be able to offer a lot more to the community,” Alviera General Manager John Estacio said.

Alviera is designed to integrate the diverse mix of uses with the introduction of four districts — The City Center, East Side, West Side and the Greenbelt. The City Center is the central business district with corporate offices, commercial destinations, anchored by the Alviera Country Club. Alviera West’s lush greenery, rolling terrain and high elevation is an ideal venue for themed hotels, wellness centers, recreational developments, retail spaces, and residences. Eco-industrial parks and residential communities Alveo and Avida form a vibrant setting for contemporary living in Alviera East, all within easy access to two notable schools. These three districts are linked by the Alviera Greenbelt, a five-kilometer long greenway, highlighted by the La Salle Botanical Gardens, with its 25 themed garden patches, laboratory, plant nursery, greenhouses and libraries.

The 64-hectare Eco-Industrial Park at full development is expected to create 3,000 jobs. Forty-one industrial lots are sold and locators are expected to start operations by end of the year. Commercial lot sales have also started to bring in new investors with 25 percent sales take up.

Artist’s perspective of Alviera.

With the strong reception of the markets in Metro Manila and in Central Luzon for residential offerings in the estate, the residential sales for the first phase had been brisk with 97 percent take-up and land value has appreciated by 25 percent. Recently, Avida’s second development has been introduced, while Alveo Land and Ayala Land Premier’s is set to launch new residential offerings by the 4Q of 2018.

When it comes to bringing high-quality education to Alviera’s future denizens, educational institutions such as Miriam College and Holy Angel University are within reach. Expected to be operational in 2021, Miriam College will build a 10-hectare campus that will offer courses in the field of Arts, design, management and technology. Holy Angel University, on the other hand, will also sit on a 10-hectare campus and will offer courses in the fields of engineering, architecture, animation and HRM.

Alviera’s major venture into the leisure sphere is also in the works, taking advantage of the growing tourist arrivals in the region, and the estate’s proximity from the Clark Airport. The estate started four years ago with Sandbox, a six-hectare adventure playground that is home to Asia’s first roller-coaster zipline, Giant Swing and obstacle courses. The complex recently added two new attractions with Splash Tub, a water-based inflatable playground, and City Kart Racing, the largest karting complex in the Philippines. Airsoft and paintball fields are set to open its doors in Q1 2019.

Another one-of-a-kind leisure attraction is also expected to drive leisure and economic activity in the area with the six-hectare Country Club. Geared to open by Q1 2019, the club boasts a variety of lifestyle, business and wellness facilities for social and corporate functions. Some of its facilities include a network of swimming pools, sports facilities, specialty restaurants, and spacious function rooms.

A 50-room boutique hotel adjacent to the country club and Sandbox is also in the pipeline and slated to break ground at the start of 2019. The hotel will offer deluxe and suites to complement the country club, the outdoor leisure attractions and the nearby communities.

To spread the economic activity to the nearby communities, 86 percent of estate’s employees are locally hired within the locale. Communities are also encouraged to be involved in livelihood programs like paver production and food services, designed to address the needs of the estate.

Alviera is also committed to provide support to the education of the youth in its neighboring communities. The estate has recently turned over a new high school to Barangay Sapang Uwak, and has started its plans to construct a new elementary school in the coming months.

“The great thing about Alviera is we were gifted with a natural beautiful landscape. It’s God’s gift to us and so it is our jobs as developers to enhance it,” Estacio added.

Alviera, a 1,800-hectare sustainable estate by Ayala Land and Leonio Land, features a diverse mix of residential dwellings, commercial districts, industrial parks, institutions and leisure facilities to attract local and international markets and support local economic growth. (PR)

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Explore urban living in nature outside of the metro
SOURCE: https://lifestyle.inquirer.net/310336/explore-urban-living-in-nature-outside-of-the-metro/

The honking of horns, the screeching of tires — they’ve all become the tunes to your everyday life in the city. For urban dwellers like yourself, you wake up and sleep to the noise that fills every corner of the bustling metropolis. Imagine if you could start the morning in a quiet, peaceful suburb embedded in nature where the loudest sounds would come from the gentle chirping of the birds, all while still having everything you need around you.

Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI), the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates and Leonio Land Holdings Inc. (LLHI)envisions exactly that. The joint venture of these two developers is now turning a long-time plan into a reality with Alviera.

Located in Pampanga, Alviera will be the economic and lifestyle hub of Central Luzon surrounded by the majestic Porac mountain views. The estate will be comprised of a well-balanced mix of residential developments, industrial parks, commercial establishments, institutions and leisure facilities. These will provide those who will settle in it the convenience of living closer where they work and minus the unsettling Metro Manila traffic.

The 1,800-hectare joint development by ALI and LLHI promises to be as accessible, being only a mere 20-minute drive from Clark International Airport and 40 minutes from Subic Freeport Zone. Additionally, the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) and the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx) have made traveling to Central Luzon easier.

Green expanses permeate developments, elevating lifestyles amidst an outstanding natural landscape at Alviera

The honking of horns, the screeching of tires — they’ve all become the tunes to your everyday life in the city. For urban dwellers like yourself, you wake up and sleep to the noise that fills every corner of the bustling metropolis. Imagine if you could start the morning in a quiet, peaceful suburb embedded in nature where the loudest sounds would come from the gentle chirping of the birds, all while still having everything you need around you.

Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI), the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates and Leonio Land Holdings Inc. (LLHI)envisions exactly that. The joint venture of these two developers is now turning a long-time plan into a reality with Alviera.

Located in Pampanga, Alviera will be the economic and lifestyle hub of Central Luzon surrounded by the majestic Porac mountain views. The estate will be comprised of a well-balanced mix of residential developments, industrial parks, commercial establishments, institutions and leisure facilities. These will provide those who will settle in it the convenience of living closer where they work and minus the unsettling Metro Manila traffic.

The 1,800-hectare joint development by ALI and LLHI promises to be as accessible, being only a mere 20-minute drive from Clark International Airport and 40 minutes from Subic Freeport Zone. Additionally, the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) and the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx) have made traveling to Central Luzon easier.

By the end of this year, Alviera will unveil new residential developments—ALI’s luxury brand, Ayala Land Premier, with its with first project, and Alveo Land with its second phase. From the affordable to the upscale to the high-end line, there is something in Alviera for every homeseeker.

With an additional P10 billion investment infused to the development, the first quarter of 2019 will usher in more projects and additional attractions for Alviera. Airsoft and paintball fields will be opening in Sandbox, the two-hectare adventure destination and is one of the first outdoor attractions of Alviera. Sandbox is part of Alviera’s 6-hectare adventure playground.

Alviera’s country club will also be fully operational in March 2019. Its facilities will include swimming pools, sports amenities, specialty restaurants, and huge function rooms. In 2019, you will also witness the groundbreaking opening of Alviera’s 50-room boutique hotel, while two schools—Miriam College and Holy Angel University—are expected to be operational by 2021. Each will sit on a 10-hectare parcel of land, giving learning a greener, more serene view.

Alviera is also set to develop La Salle Botanical Gardens, a 25-hectare world-class garden that draws inspiration from internationally-renowned gardens from France and London. This will have garden patches, laboratory, plant nursery, greenhouses and libraries.

Green expanses permeate developments, elevating lifestyles amidst an outstanding natural landscape at Alviera

The honking of horns, the screeching of tires — they’ve all become the tunes to your everyday life in the city. For urban dwellers like yourself, you wake up and sleep to the noise that fills every corner of the bustling metropolis. Imagine if you could start the morning in a quiet, peaceful suburb embedded in nature where the loudest sounds would come from the gentle chirping of the birds, all while still having everything you need around you.

Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI), the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates and Leonio Land Holdings Inc. (LLHI)envisions exactly that. The joint venture of these two developers is now turning a long-time plan into a reality with Alviera.

Located in Pampanga, Alviera will be the economic and lifestyle hub of Central Luzon surrounded by the majestic Porac mountain views. The estate will be comprised of a well-balanced mix of residential developments, industrial parks, commercial establishments, institutions and leisure facilities. These will provide those who will settle in it the convenience of living closer where they work and minus the unsettling Metro Manila traffic.

The 1,800-hectare joint development by ALI and LLHI promises to be as accessible, being only a mere 20-minute drive from Clark International Airport and 40 minutes from Subic Freeport Zone. Additionally, the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) and the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx) have made traveling to Central Luzon easier.

By the end of this year, Alviera will unveil new residential developments—ALI’s luxury brand, Ayala Land Premier, with its with first project, and Alveo Land with its second phase. From the affordable to the upscale to the high-end line, there is something in Alviera for every homeseeker.

Alviera cultivates the region’s economic potential—bringing you to new heights for business opportunities

With an additional P10 billion investment infused to the development, the first quarter of 2019 will usher in more projects and additional attractions for Alviera. Airsoft and paintball fields will be opening in Sandbox, the two-hectare adventure destination and is one of the first outdoor attractions of Alviera. Sandbox is part of Alviera’s 6-hectare adventure playground.

Alviera’s country club will also be fully operational in March 2019. Its facilities will include swimming pools, sports amenities, specialty restaurants, and huge function rooms. In 2019, you will also witness the groundbreaking opening of Alviera’s 50-room boutique hotel, while two schools—Miriam College and Holy Angel University—are expected to be operational by 2021. Each will sit on a 10-hectare parcel of land, giving learning a greener, more serene view.

Alviera is also set to develop La Salle Botanical Gardens, a 25-hectare world-class garden that draws inspiration from internationally-renowned gardens from France and London. This will have garden patches, laboratory, plant nursery, greenhouses and libraries.

The industrial park, moreover, which is designed for light to medium, non-polluting industries, has signed locators in food manufacturing, motorcycle assembly, packaging, logistics and warehousing. The estate is expected to launch a second phase covering 32 hectares. Meanwhile, the East Commercial, Alviera’s 7-hectare commercial hub, will present new opportunities for investment and business in the region.

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How green is ALI’s valley

Alviera fleshes out its bold vision in Central Luzon

SOURCE: http://manilastandard.net/home-design/residential/275510/how-green-is-ali-s-valley.html
Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) recently announced that its marquee project Alviera—an ambitious mixed-use estate in Porac, Pampanga— is experiencing a 97% take-up for the first phase of its 1,800 hectares development, while land value has appreciated by 25%.
How green is ALI’s valley
Hub city. Alviera is being positioned as the future economic, lifestyle and leisure hub of Central Luzon.
In a press briefing this week, Alviera General Manager John Estacio pronounced satisfaction with the sprawling project’s progress and predicted that 250 hectares of the estate’s master plan will be activated by the end of 2018.
The former general manager of Nuvali, another ALI mixed-use development south of Philippines’ capital city,  pointed to the strong reception of the markets in Metro Manila and in Central Luzon for the brisk take-up of residential offerings in the estate.
He said Avida’s second development has been introduced, while Alveo Land and Ayala Land Premier’s is set to launch new residential offerings by the fourth quarter of 2018.
Expansion 
Alviera, in partnership with Leonio Holdings Inc., added 700-hectares to the development late last year and expanded to 1,800 hectares with its investment raised from P90 billion to P100 billion.
The 64-hectare Eco-Industrial Park at full development is expected to create 3,000 jobs. 41 industrial lots are sold and locators are expected to start operations by end of the year. Commercial lot sales have also started to bring in new investors with 25% sales take up. “We decided to expand because we are planning to contribute in the development of tourism in the country,” Estacio said.
“ALI made this investment to attract the top foreign leisure players from Europe, Asia, and North America to boost tourism in the Philippines,” he explained.
In anticipation of the potential boom of Central Luzon, ALI is developing Alviera as the catalyst that will boost the economic activities in the region by putting residential, business, tourism and leisure pursuits in one estate.
Estacio said Central Luzon is a logical choice as it has the third-largest GDP among the country’s regions and the second-largest population of higher-education graduates.
Meanwhile, the region’s tourism industry has a huge potential with over 3.6 million arrivals in 2015.
The government is embarking on several huge infrastructure projects, such as the North Luzon Expressway-South Luzon Expressway Connector Road, modernization and the expansion of the Clark Airport and the development of Clark-Manila high-speed railway.
Four districts
Positioned as a master-planned, integrated community, Alviera is comprised of several features now to be delineated by four districts—reflecting Alviera’s position of urban living in nature.
The Alviera East will be the hub of thriving industrial and commercial centers. Avida and Alveo will complement the development of the residential component, while Holy Angel University will handle the educational needs and employment through the Industrial Park and the Alviera East Commercial.
Local entrepreneurs, according to Estacio, gave a warm response with a rapid 95-percent sales take-up of the first phase of the Alviera Industrial Park with 16 industrial lots. He added the estate is expected to launch a second phase of the industrial park covering 32-has. It has signed locators in food manufacturing, motorcycle assembly, packaging and logistics, and warehousing. The non-PEZA industrial park was designed for light to medium, nonpolluting industries.

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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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