Ayala Industrial Park News

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Ayala Land eyes industrial park in Central Luzon, to woo Chinese firms
SOURCE:https://news.abs-cbn.com/business/04/29/19/ayala-land-eyes-industrial-park-in-central-luzon-to-woo-chinese-firms

MANILA – Ayala Land Inc. said Monday it was looking for potential areas in Central Luzon to build an industrial park, which would be offered in part to Chinese companies.

The industrial park will be for light manufacturing activities, a “portion of which will be offered” to the Chinese, Ayala Corp’s property arm told the stock exchange.

Ayala Land also said manufacturing firms from China would occupy 1.9 hectares of space at its Alviera Industrial Park in Porac, Pampanga.

ALI Offer to Buy MSC Property

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ALI offers to buy portion of Makati Sports Club property

Property giant Ayala Land Inc. has offered to buy a big piece of the prime property of leisure estate Makati Sports Club for P4 billion, which will be used to fund the latter’s redevelopment plans.

According to the annual report issued by Makati Sports Club last week, ALI has offered to buy 7,000 square meters of its 1.3-hectare property within the Makati central business district. At P4 billion for the entire parcel, the offer prices the land at P571,428 per square meter.

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ALI offers to buy portion of Makati Sports Club property

Arca South News

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DA eyes food terminal at remaining FTI lot
Published January 17, 2019
By Madelaine B.Miraflor

SOURCE:https://business.mb.com.ph/2019/01/17/da-eyes-food-terminal-at-remaining-fti-lot/

The Department of Agriculture (DA) will utilize whatever that is left of the Food Terminal, Inc.’s (FTI) complex in Taguig to serve it’s real purpose, which is to create food terminals. This was nearly seven years since the government privatized a large chunk of the property and sold it to Ayala Group.

In 2012, Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) paid the government as much as P24 billion to purchase the FTI property. Seven years later, FTI said it will spend about P1 billion to build food terminals in six locations, one of which will be located within the remaining portion of FTI complex that is still owned by the government.

Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol said the FTI, which is now under the Department of Agriculture (DA), still owns a 25-hectare lot in Taguig and another 11 hectares occupied by informal settlers.

He said that FTI, as per FTI Chairman Raymundo Ferrer, has just recently revived the government’s plan to construct food terminal facilities, which will serve as the consolidation areas for agricultural and fisheries products, across different part of the country.

When completed, the new FTI will have receiving and processing facilities for the produce of farmers and fishermen which will then be sold directly to consumers or vendors’ associations.

“Using modern communication technology, the new FTI will give out daily advisory on the buying prices of such products as chicken and hogs. It will be equipped with processing and cold storage facilities,” Piñol said.

Logistical facilities will also be acquired by the FTI to move the products from the Regional Food Terminals to the market.

When the 74-hectare FTI property was sold to ALI, the proceeds went to DA so the agency could implement modernization projects.

Makati Subway News

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Preparatory work on Makati City subway begins
By Denise A. Valdez, Reporter

THE Makati City government and the consortium led by Philippine Infradev Holdings, Inc. (formerly IRC Properties, Inc.) broke ground on Wednesday the $3.7-billion Makati City Subway Project which aims to build an intracity railway system in the business district.

Makati Mayor Mar-Len Abigail S. Binay and Philippine Infradev President and Chief Executive Officer Antonio L. Tiu led the drilling program in front of the Makati City Hall, which is eyed as a subway stop for the 10-kilometer line.

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https://www.bworldonline.com/preparatory-work-on-makati-city-subway-begins/

ALI in Misamis Oriental

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ALI developing estate in Misamis Oriental
December 11, 2018
By Carmelito Q. Francisco
Reporter

AYALA Land Inc. (ALI) has started developing the Habini Bay, a 526-hectare estate within the towns of Alubijid and Laguindingan in Misamis Oriental, which is envisioned to become a “new center of trade and commerce” in the Northern Mindanao region.

Enrique B. Manuel Jr., ALI assistant vice president and Habini Bay estate head, said the project will help position the company as a leading property developer in Mindanao.

READ MORE: https://www.bworldonline.com/ali-developing-estate-in-misamis-oriental/

Nuvali Light Show

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Nuvali community gets Christmas treat
By: Linda B. Bolido

In this season of giving and goodwill, Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) shows its appreciation to members of its Nuvali estate community and visitors of its commercial section by presenting once again a dazzling light and sound show.

Now on its third year, the show is ongoing until Jan. 13, 2019 at the Nuvali football field, or simply The Fields, beside Ayala Malls Solenad.

Read more: https://business.inquirer.net/261943/nuvali-community-gets-christmas-treat

Ayala News

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What is Sense of Place
By: Raoul J. Chee Kee
Philippine Daily Inquirer

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People are drawn to a place because of different reasons and circumstances. They might live or work there, or it could be because they feel safe in that space. There might be accessible play areas for their children or pockets of greenery where they can sit and rest their eyes on something other than shiny glass and skyscrapers.

For property developer Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI), which is marking its 30th anniversary this year, it’s about creating a sense of place (placemaking).

Anna Ma. Margarita Bautista-Dy, senior vice president and head of Strategic Landbank Management Group put it succinctly. “It’s about creating places you want to be in rather than places you have to be in.” This goes beyond simply building things people expect property developers to build like concrete structures, houses, shopping centers.

“For us, placemaking is about building with people in mind and using an area’s natural potential to form vibrant communities. If we are able to build places where people want to be, then we’ve done our job,” Bautista-Dy said.

Read more: https://lifestyle.inquirer.net/308000/what-is-sense-of-place/

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