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Ayala Land Estates and the year that was

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Every fresh start gives us an opportunity to reflect on the year that was – the opportunities we are grateful for, hopeful as we move forward to a new year. 

For AyalaLand Estates, a leader in master-planned and mixed-use development, much can be said about how the community has come together and grown despite unprecedented challenges in 2021. More than just transforming land into businesses, industries and residential spaces, at its heart were the communities – seen in the way people continued to celebrate the traditions and uphold values that mattered most. 

Here are its top 10 things to be thankful for in 2021:

1. Growing to new locations, locators and partners

Continuing to spread growth in areas outside of Metro Manila, Ayala Land officially launched South Coast City at the South Road Properties in Cebu City in June of 2021. Developed in partnership with SM Prime Holdings Inc., South Coast City is a 26-hectare waterside development poised to be the new home of prime entertainment and commercial concepts in Cebu. As the first master-planned integrated development in southern Cebu, it aims to contribute to Cebu’s economic recovery efforts by further enhancing the region’s offerings and generating significant employment and investments.

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The shophouse district in Cresendo in Tarlac was also introduced to suit the needs of investors that are looking for properties that are strategically located and flexible in terms of use. This showcases prime commercial space while allowing the flexibility to use the upper floors possibly for residential or office use – reflecting the shift in market behavior towards compact, multi-use neighborhoods.

Partnerships were also forged in existing estates to enhance the offerings within the developments. These include schools such as Miriam College and Holy Angel University in Alviera and Don Bosco in Cresendo. Retail brand, Waltermart, is currently constructing in Altaraza in Bulacan and The Junction Place in Quezon City, while office locators are also constructing their office buildings in Nuvali and Arca South. The opening of the Ayala Vermosa Sports Hub, lifestyle market, Jollibee also welcomed the community with more lifestyle and dining options during the holiday season.

2. Enhanced community experiences

As many opted to stay within their bubbles with the continuing pandemic, the various Ayala Land estates created pocket events, online experiences and safe spaces for the community to still interact despite the restrictions. This was especially important to ease the fatigue of staying home for over a year. Many appreciated the value of parks and open spaces, neighborhood restaurants and markets, outdoor events and wellness activities.

3. A shot of confidence

With the rest of the Ayala Group of Companies, the Ayala Vaccination and Immunization Program (AVIP) was rolled out to encourage and facilitate the vaccination of employees (direct and outsourced), retirees, registered employee dependents, household staff, and partners. Ayala Land also opened its malls as vaccination sites, including a drive-thru vaccination service at Circuit Makati as well as drive-thru PCR testing at Vertis North, to continue to support the national government’s efforts to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

4. Lessons for a better normal

The company learned much from how communities have adapted in the last two years. It showed what stakeholders value most – family, safety and security. While the estates continue to support this change in lifestyle, Ayala Land also believes that this is an opportunity evolve into a better normal. This strengthens the company’s thrust to create sustainable and resilient master-planned estates across the country.

5. Quickly adapting to digitalization

This pandemic has only fast-tracked what ALI had already started in 2019, which is the transformation of its digital infrastructure. To better serve its customers amidst the limitation of less face-to-face interaction, AyalaLand Estates upgraded its virtual tours and launched a new sales portal for easily accessible sales tools and real-time sales updates on its website.

6. Providing a platform for success

To support its communities, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs) during these challenging times, ALI launched the Alagang AyalaLand program. Apart from providing spaces in its estates and within Ayala Malls, the Alagang AyalaLand program also ensures that entrepreneurs and cooperatives are also supported across all of Ayala Land’s business units, including its estates, offices, construction, and property management groups. 

In 2021, the Alagang AyalaLand Centers supported more than 400 social enterprises and generated at least 4,000 jobs for the community. Some estates have also allotted spaces wherein some groups can propagate high-quality tree and plant specimens which ALI then purchases for its requirements.

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7. Celebrating the reason of the season

Restrictions required a shift in perspective of how to create safe experiences for the community. Ayala Land saw this as an opportunity to highlight the importance of Filipino traditions in celebrating the holidays with families and loved ones. The estates continued to host Simbang Gabi masses – whether drive-thru or at parks, safe outdoor spaces for dining, holiday bazaar shopping, and celebrating songs and carols thru an online Christmas concert and the 2nd virtual edition of the iconic and well-loved Festival of Lights.

8. Hard-earned Recognition 

While Ayala Land strengthened its efforts to adapt and innovate, the company was recognized with numerous accolades along the way. The Ayala Land group of companies garnered over 200 awards in property development, sustainability, finance, management, marketing, construction, and safety from local and international award-giving bodies in 2021.

9. Being a catalyst of growth

As it continues to build integrated, sustainable, master planned estates, Ayala Land has become a catalyst in spreading economic development throughout the country. Its 31 estates have not only become business districts where commercial activity gravitates, but also centers for lifestyle and activity, and preferred neighborhoods to live in.

10. An opportunity to help 

Super Typhoon Odette capped the year with massive destruction for Filipinos in the Visayas and Mindanao. To this day, three weeks after, many are still in the dark without electricity in their homes. While they were themselves affected, Ayala Land’s people on the ground were quick to provide water and power within our estates. ALI also provided water and over P1.5 million worth of relief packs for our neighboring barangays through Alagang AyalaLand.

2021 was quite a year for Ayala Land, and with the many plans in store for the estates, 2022 looks even more promising for its communities.

Read more: https://business.inquirer.net/338378/ayala-land-estates-and-the-year-that-was

Ayala Land and putting it’s best Christmas foot forward

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We may be on Alert Level #2, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be spreading Christmas joy and cheer this year. If last year, in the midst of more stringent protocols, we saw Ayala Land forging ahead with a virtual edition of their annual Ayala Triangle / Make It Happen, Make It Makati Festival of Lights, this 2021 sees a bigger and brighter virtual edition being presented. A media event highlighting this ‘bigger and brighter’ was a full blown happy reunion for most everyone involved, and those attending the online event.

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AYALA Corp. Chairman Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala leads the inauguration of an Alagang AyalaLand Center for social enterprises at TriNoma in Quezon City. The center is one of 32 Ayala Malls with Alagang AyalaLand Centers supporting more than 400 social enterprises and generating at least 4,000 jobs for the community. It showcases the Sinag Sari-Sari Social Enterprise Store, a joint project of Alagang AyalaLand, BPI Foundation, and Bayan Academy that aims to support the growth of social enterprises, create livelihood and jobs, and aid in the country’s road back to recovery. BPI Foundation with its implementing partner, Bayan Academy, organized the participating Sinag merchants who in turn help local and marginalized communities. The project is an enhancement of the Sinag program made possible through Alagang AyalaLand that provides market access in rent-free spaces in Ayala Malls. With Mr. Zobel are: (from left) Ayala Malls President Chris Maglanoc, Ayala Land Board Member Tony Aquino, Ayala Land President and CEO Bobby Dy, BPI President and CEO TG Limcaoco, Bayan Academy Chairman and President Professor Jay Bernardo, BPI Chief Customer and Marketing Officer Cathy Santamaria, and BPI Vice-President and Deputy Head of Marketing Mariana Zobel de Ayala.

ACEN to supply power to Ayala Land

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Listed firm AC Energy Corporation (ACEN) will be providing electricity supply generated from its renewable energy (RE) facilities to the real estate developments of its affiliate firm Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) as part of the conglomerate’s net zero target by year 2050.

https://mb.com.ph/…/29/acen-to-supply-power-to-ayala-land/

Hoping for better days ahead

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By: Amy R. Remo – Reporter / @amyremoINQPhilippine Daily Inquirer / 11:53 PM September 07, 2021

After more than a year into the pandemic, the Philippines may finally see a sustained recovery owing to new strategies that are seen to facilitate economic rebound in the near term.

As think tank Moody’s Analytics reported this week, fast-tracking the nationwide inoculation drive, incentivizing the vaccinated and imposing localized quarantine may help an economy that has been very sluggish under the weight of severe and lengthy lockdowns.

Such developments bode well for industries like real estate, which has also seen its fair share of challenges amid the devastating difficulties dealt by this protracted global health crisis. And with the onset of the so-called “-ber” months—traditionally a season that brings hope and joy to many Filipinos—one could only hope for better days ahead.

But will the Philippine real estate industry, which has seen a glorious decade of unprecedented stellar growth, finally see that proverbial light at the end of the tunnel? Will improvements in the business and consumer sentiment translate into increased demand? Are investors now more optimistic of their prospects and willing to bet big again in real estate?

Inquirer Property polled some of the country’s top officials and industry experts to give their thoughts on how the real estate industry fared in the past months, their forecasts for the last quarter of the year, and their insights as to what will be crucial for its continued recovery.

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Ayala Land bests global competition, tops 2021 International Business Awards

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https://businessmirror.com.ph/2021/08/22/ayala-land-bests-global-competition-tops-2021-international-business-awards/

Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) bested companies from around the globe as it received the most number of Stevie Award wins at The 18th Annual International Business Awards. The Stevie Award is a premier business award program that recognizes the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide.

ALI was the overall winner this year, taking home 36 Stevie Awards in total, 11 of which were Gold, 6 Silvers, and 19 Bronzes.

More than 3,700 nominations were submitted this year by organizations of various sizes and industries, and coming from 63 nations and territories around the world. Stevie Award winners were determined by the average scores of more than 260 executives worldwide who participated in the judging process from June through early August.

“Most especially in these difficult times, when all sectors of society are enduring the challenges of the global pandemic, we continue to strive for excellence within our organization in order to serve our stakeholders and the communities in the best and most effective way possible. It is our goal to drive recovery by intensifying our community engagement efforts,” said Manny A. Blas, ALI Vice President.

Among Ayala Land’s Gold Stevie Award-winning programs were its ‘Zero Waste’ Circular Waste Management Program. This unique circular economy model established a process in which waste materials such as plastics were given alternative destinations for recycling and reprocessing.

ALI’s pioneering Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) in the Philippines, AREIT Inc., also won a Gold Stevie as Real Estate Company of the Year. Its landmark Initial Public Offering in 2020 was designed to make the Philippine property market more inclusive and accessible to Filipino investors through a best-in-class REIT.

Makati Development Corporation, the construction arm of Ayala Land, was another Gold Stevie awardee as Materials and Construction Company of the Year. It has been cited for its contributions to the creation of local employment, as well as for the various process improvements and technological innovations it has implemented company-wide. Key subsidiaries AyalaLand Logistics Holdings Corp. and Ayala Land Offices Inc. also won Gold Stevies for industry contributions and organization achievements.

The rest of Ayala Land’s awards are driven by employee, community, and nation-building initiatives.

“What we’ve seen in this year’s IBA nominations is that organizations around the world, in every sector, have continued to innovate and succeed, despite the setbacks, obstacles, and tragedies of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,” said Stevie Awards president Maggie Gallagher. “All of this year’s Stevie Award winners are to be applauded for their persistence and their resilience. We look forward to celebrating their achievements with them during our 8 December virtual awards ceremony.”

Ayala Land H1 profits up, but malls, hotels have yet to recover

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Ayala Land H1 profits up, but malls, hotels have yet to recover
Ramon Royandoyan (Philstar.com) – August 3, 2021 – 6:37pm

MANILA, Philippines — Ayala Land Inc. delivered a strong first-half performance this year, but its hotels, malls and resorts continued to grapple with extended pandemic restrictions.

In a disclosure to the stock exchange on Tuesday, the Ayala family’s property unit reported a net income of P6 billion from January to June, up 34% year-on-year. Six-month consolidated revenues, meanwhile, grew 19% on-year to P49 billion.

“Improvement in our performance in the first half of the year was driven primarily by our property development business, with residential demand showing resilience and construction progress driving revenue recognition,” Vincent Dy, company president and chief executive, said.

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https://www.philstar.com/business/2021/08/03/2117322/ayala-land-h1-profits-up-malls-hotels-have-yet-recover

Ayala Land expects recovery to start in second half

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LISTED property developer Ayala Land, Inc. is expecting to recover by the second half of the year and is preparing P100-billion worth of residential products in the pipeline.

“With the steady rollout of our ambitious national vaccination program, of which the Ayala Group and especially Ayala Land would play a critical role, I believe that we can start to show signs of recovery by the second half of this year,” Ayala Land Chairman Fernando Zobel de Ayala said at the virtual stockholders’ meeting on Wednesday morning.

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Ayala Land expects recovery to start in second half

Ayala Land sets P88-billion capex, to launch P100 billion worth of residential projects

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MANILA – Ayala Land said Wednesday it has set P88 billion in capital expenditures this year and will launch P100 billion worth of residential projects, as it seeks to bounce back from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Recovery will be “led by our biggest businesses, mainly estate development and residential,” said Ayala Land president and CEO Bobby Dy during the company’s virtual annual stockholders’ meeting. 

SOURCE:

https://news.abs-cbn.com/business/04/21/21/ayala-land-p88-billion-capex-p100-billion-residential-projects

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