Think Makati, think Ayala Land. Without both would be unimaginable. Thanks to Ayala Land, the first centrally planned community in the Philippines was established in the 1950's which served as the backbone of the Philippine economy. Without it, life would have been more difficult for the average Filipino. And the legacy continues. Through the years, Ayala land has committed itself in developing more urban communities, strategic landbank management, residential development and shopping centers of the future. Among its big projects are growth centers like Bonifacio Global City (BGC) and Cebu Business district to name a few.
Ayala Land's commitment to sustainable growth is again manifested in its pet project in Laguna named NUVALI --- an evoliving community dubbed as the next Makati of the South!!!
Nuvali is a 1,600 hectare development which incorporates sustainable design .It integrates a mix of land uses which are vital to support a modern metropolis --- a central business district with traditional office buildings and business process outsourcing campuses, retail centers, residential developments, schools, institutional and civic areas, among others.
A group of bloggers were invited last week to experience Nuvali first hand. On board the Nuvali bus, we were toured through the area to fully have a grasp of the whole concept.
For the continuation of this blog and for more photos, check http://www.pusangkalye.net/2010/10/i-want-nuvali-nuvali-but-you.html