Serendra Openhouse

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Hello Everyone,

You have been dining and hanging out at Serendra and BHS for almost two years now.

You still haven’t decided if you want a Serendra unit or not… but you are leaning into getting one and maybe you just need a little “sign” if its for you or not.

Well, here’s a good date to come over and sit and think about it. It’s time to come down to it and really see what you want. I’ll be here to answer your questions.

Let me know if you’re attending.

I hope to see you there! =)

Regards,

COCO MIDEL
Ayala Land Premier
Mobile 0917-50-29252 (0917-50-AYALA)
Email: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph / coco.ayala@gmail.com

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Montecito Regatta-Openhouse

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Hi,

I would like to invite you this Sunday, May 23, 2010 to Montecito , Nuvali
as we play sponsor to the Annual RC Regatta Race

11am – Mass

12nn – Lunch

2pm – Regatta Race

3-5pm – Rc playing for kids ( you can bring your own RC boat, or a few boats will be there for use )

Other Activities

1.       Fisherman Hat design

2.       Fishing at the Lake

3.       Mini Boat Making

4.       Snowcones

If you are interested in a Montecito lot, we also have a promo on this day which is our

20% down ( spread over 6 months )

Balance over 5 yrs No interest

·         For lots 1,000sqm up

If your Sunday is open and you would like to join us, pls call me Coco Midel – 09175029252

Montecito is at Nuvali, exit thru Sta Rosa – around 30 mins from Makati on a Sunday

See you

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile: +63 917 50 29252 (+63917-50-AYALA)

Email: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.phcoco.ayala@gmail.com

If you cannot send your reply to midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph,

kindly send your message to coco.ayala@gmail.com.

1.       This below lot is one of the best as it has a perfect rectangular shape
- Behind the lot is the preserve NUVALI BIRD SANCTUARY and it overlooks the tagaytay ridges
- This lot is facing South , South East
- It has a 200sqm garden space free in front ( worth 2million )
- very windy area shaded by many trees ( see perspective below )
- Lot is 11.43M, has a very low 11,500 /sqm base price
- Whats nice about this lot is the current promo with BPI
- 1.2M lang down
- then for the next 16months – its zero interest ( minimunm payment is 110K / month or higher )
- on the 17th month, whatever balance can be further stretch thru BPI housing loan for another 10 yrs

2.       Below lot is one of the starter lots at P9.3Mio
It is also located at Tranch4 and has 3 sides open, with a large open garden space in front , right and back
nicely size 850sqm ( one of the smallest lot available )
- 905,000 down
- 88k monthly minimum for the next 16 months ZERO interest
- then balance takeout by BPI for 10yrs

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile: +63 917 50 29252 (+63917-50-AYALA)

Email: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.phcoco.ayala@gmail.com

If you cannot send your reply to midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph,

kindly send your message to coco.ayala@gmail.com.

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Ayala Greenfield Article

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Ayala Greenfield Estates opens gate to a personal paradise

SOURCE:

http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/256807/ayala-greenfield-estates-opens-gate-a-personal-paradise

Living in Ayala Greenfield Estates could be the heaven on earth that urbanites dream of having. With breathtaking views, home is going to be the most desired destination after work, a place that looks and feels like a vacation spot, but actually is one’s paradise. After all, having one’s own sanctuary is a much-needed respite after dealing with stress on the job and various crises at different points of the day.

Set amid a lush expanse of elevated land, with natural vistas all around, it’s an ideal location for those who want a fresh start – the visible cityscape reminding residents of the proximity of modern comforts. Only 30 minutes from Alabang, this residential sanctuary created by Ayala Land Premier offers a distinctive and grand lifestyle for its residents.

A 350-hectare community in Calamba, Laguna, Ayala Greenfield Estates is surrounded by the beauty of Mount Makiling, Laguna de Bay, Tagaytay Ridge, and the Laguna Plains.

“This development offers an unparalleled lifestyle,” said Jose Juan Jugo, head of the Land and Houses Division of Ayala Land Premier. “Here, nature unites with world-class design and luxurious amenities to bring a grand lifestyle to residents of the community.”

Apart from a full range of village amenities and excellent security features, the facilities are worth exploring, so residents need not go far to have a good time. The Village Clubhouse designed by famed architect Leandro Locsin can be a venue for celebrations and get-togethers. Others can take a refreshing break at the infinity swimming pool overlooking Laguna Plains or keep their children company at the kiddie pools. Should you need to work off your stress there’s a fitness gym; while others can have a challenging game of golf at the private 18-hole par 72 championship course created by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., the father of environmental golf course design.

Residents can also hold family gatherings such as weekend barbecues, or take part in other activities like fishing in the man-made lagoon, or go biking at the Nature Park.

For those who take pleasure communing with nature, this community is the ideal place to appreciate diverse flora and fauna. Animal lovers will enjoy living here, where 35 species and 21 families of endemic and migratory birds such as doves, woodpeckers, flower peckers, swallows, wagtails and shrikes can be seen. After a long day, they can relax at the tree house and picnic huts surrounded by gardens at the 15-hectare Nature Park.

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For Inquiries, call:

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile 0917-50-29252 (0917-50-AYALA)

Ayala Goes Full-blast

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Ayala Land to launch 15 to 20 additional residential projects

SOURCE:

http://www.bworldonline.com/main/content.php?id=10646

PROPERTY GIANT Ayala Land, Inc. will launch as much as 20 more residential projects until the end of the year amid a rebound in the property sector, an executive said late last week.

The new projects will allow the listed firm to complete the targeted launching of 9,200 residential units worth P40 billion for the year. “We are on target for the full-year [product launches] … we continue to see strength in the market and evaluate different scenarios and see something which we can even ramp up,” Alfonso Javier D. Reyes, head of investor relations at Ayala Land, told reporters.

“[There will be] another 15 to 20 [residential project launches] … Given the environment we are seeing, we do not expect to be launching less [than that],” he added.

Ayala Land operates under four major brands — Ayala Land Premier for the high-end segment, Alveo Land for the middle-income segment, Avida for the “affordable” market, and Amaia for “economic housing” projects. The property firm has already launched 47% of this year’s target for residential units.

Mr. Reyes said residential sales accounted for half of total revenues in the first three months of 2010. In its financial report late last week, Ayala Land said residential revenues grew by 41% to P4.41 billion in the first quarter, resulting in a 24% rise in consolidated revenues to P9.22 billion. “That is where we are seeing growth,” Mr. Reyes said.

Strong revenues from residential and commercial businesses boosted the property giant’s core net income by a third to P1.2 billion in the first quarter. “We hope to continue with that positive earnings trajectory,” Mr. Reyes said.

Mr. Reyes said the bulk of the P27-billion capital expenditures this year would be spent in the second and third quarters.

Given the strong demand, overseas sales have also shown growth. Sales from overseas Filipinos have so far hit P1.2 billion, up from P950 million in the fourth quarter of last year, he said.

Furthermore, the company is launching another 120,000 to 130,000 square meters of new business process outsourcing space, mostly in five provincial locations.

The company is looking at setting up a real estate investment trust (REIT) to secure a minimum of $300 million from investors.

In December, the REIT bill, which will allow companies to use pooled capital of investors to buy and manage income-generating property and mortgages, lapsed into law. “At this point we are leaning in the direction of a commercial REIT, which will probably include both shopping center assets and some office assets,” Mr. Reyes said.

Shares in Ayala Land, whose profits dropped by 16% last year to P4.04 billion, shed P0.50 to close at P13.00 apiece on Friday.

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For Ayala Land Premier inquiries, contact me:

COCO MIDEL
Ayala Land Premier
Mobile 0917-50-29252 (0917-50-AYALA)
Email: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph / coco.ayala@gmail.com

Makati News

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Building on Makati’s cornerstones
(The Philippine Star) Updated May 07, 2010 12:00 AM

SOURCE LINK:

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=572910&publicationSubCategoryId=76

As the country’s most vibrant hub, Makati is known for its energy and dynamism. As a great example of an urban capital, the city marries industry, society and business amidst modern architecture and lush greens. Its evolution into a cosmopolitan center speaks of the pioneering spirit and vision of those who have built up the city through the years.

Top-of-the-line medical facilities, internationally renowned schools, and the country’s most architecturally-recognized buildings all converge in this dynamic city. Makati’s development has also been inextricably linked to the support and innovation spearheaded by Ayala Land—condominiums such as The Regency, One Salcedo, Two Salcedo and Three Salcedo Park, which line Jaime Velasquez park and whose residents bring life to the Saturday neighborhood Saturday market, One Roxas Triangle, and world renowned lifestyle centers like Greenbelt, and institutions such as the Ayala Museum.

Cornerstones can be found throughout the city. The quiet streets of Legazpi Village overlook the surprising oasis that is Washington Sycip Park. The Residences at Greenbelt merge daily life with boutiques, cafes and restaurants. In addition, Ayala Land Premier will soon break ground with its latest residential venture; Park Terraces, right at the heart of the Ayala Center—creating yet another Makati cornerstone that people can look forward, and up to.

The world-class standards on which each of these developments was built show Ayala Land’s firm commitment to pushing the envelope in design, urban planning, and in creating a way of life that is in sync with the global community. Park Terraces, promises a heightened connectivity—one wherein proximity to retail and business areas is high priority via its interconnected underground parking that links the development Glorietta and to the best of Makati’s destinations. Park Terraces acknowledges the need for privacy and offers areas and amenities to give a much-needed retreat to those looking to relax in the middle of urban living. Ayala Land is set to continue its firm belief in bettering the built environment as well as the living experiences that affect and are influenced by it in projects that are up to date, relevant and promise excellent convenience.

As Ayala Land envisions the Makati of today and of the future, it draws out plans that cater to new markets and new needs—needs that evolve along with the dynamic pace of an ever-changing metropolis. Makati is no stranger to change, and the rapid new developments being introduced by Ayala Land, such as Park Terraces, are sure to usher in sweeping transformations that will revitalize and re-energize the built environment and the people who inhabit it. As life in the urban landscape presents city dwellers with more innovations and more advancements, Ayala Land is committed to creating experiences that make every area of life in this vibrant city even better.

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For inquiries on Park Terraces:

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile: +63 917 50 29252 (+63917-50-AYALA)

Email: midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph  / coco.ayala@gmail.com

Ayala in Baguio

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Ali launches first BPO campus in Baguio

May 2, 2010, 12:01pm

Ayala Land, Inc. recently broke ground for its first mixed-use development in Baguio City.

The Baguio-AyalaLand TechnoHub is envisioned to be an integrated IT community consisting of five to seven low-rise buildings with approximately 6,000-10,000 square meters gross leasable area each within a 12-hectare property in the Camp John Hay Special Economic Zone

To read the rest of the article, click the link below:

http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/255604/ali-launches-first-bpo-campus-baguio


Ayala pours P2B in Cebu

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Ayala to pour in P2B in Cebu

Thursday, April 29, 2010 [ sunstar.com.ph ]

By Katlene O. Cacho

THE Ayala Group of Companies is allocating P2 billion for capital expenditures (capex) for Cebu starting this year.

The capex is meant to fund the major developments of the company in its residential, office and retail businesses in Cebu.

“The firm will redouble its efforts to take advantage of the opportunities brought by the country’s recovering economy,” said Francis Monera, president of Cebu Holding, Inc. (CHI), during the firm’s annual stockholders meeting yesterday.

CHI is a publicly listed company engaged in real property ownership, development, marketing and management. It is an affiliate company of Ayala Land Inc.

Monera said the company will launch this year three residential units, a business process outsourcing project and a mall re-development project.

To read the rest for the artcle, follow the source link below:

http://philippinerealestatenews.blogspot.com/2010/04/ayala-to-pour-in-p2b-in-cebu.html

Ayala Green Acts

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10 green ‘acts’ of Ayala developments

By Tessa Salazar
Philippine Daily Inquirer

SOURCE:

http://business.inquirer.net/money/features/view/20100430-267345/10-green-acts-of-Ayala-developments

THERE’S A GROWING clamor for more green and in no way is that meant politically, economically or socially. Ayala Land sees green in the future, and has invested way ahead, proving in its various residential developments that doing business is not just about selling properties and making tidy profits.

Here are the 10 “acts” that show Ayala’s true colors:

1 Ayala Land has conducted surveys of the existing flora and fauna in the properties it plans to develop. It has done so in Nuvali in Laguna and Anvaya Cove in Bataan.

Inquirer Property had obtained a copy of Ayala Land’s survey of the animals and plants endemic to the Nuvali area in Laguna (showing a variety of animal species such as the Oriental Magpie robin, Olive-backed Sunbird, White-Throated Kingfisher, Yellow-Vented Bulbul, reticulated python, Philippine Bat Snake, Flying Lizard, Green Crested Lizard, and varied plants such as the Takip-asin (a small tree), Niog-niogan, Antipolo and Binuang (large trees).

2 Ayala Land sticks to the original lay of the land as closely as possible, preserving the natural site conditions, and makes use of the natural resources efficiently. The technologies introduced to the developments only serve to aid in its sustainability efforts (e.g. Montecito in Nuvali and Anvaya).

Ayala Land Premier spent close to half a billion pesos for Montecito alone to make sure it would be as close to unspoiled nature as possible. One of the natural highlights of Montecito is an artesian spring sourced from the Tagaytay ridge. This spring also powers a mini hydroelectric plant that would generate electricity to light the community’s main streets.

Wanting things to be as low impact of a development as possible, Anvaya Cove created guidelines that would adapt to the natural lay of the land to ensure the preservation of wide open areas. The Cove is characterized by rolling hills (peak elevation 130 meters) dotted with mango and narra trees and bamboo groves.

Ayala avoided tampering with the natural groves of mango trees during development even if the area offered tempting lease opportunities. A 10,000-sq-m Mango Grove Park was built to protect the mango trees, some of which were already there half a century ago.

Anvaya Cove’s water exploration area was also moved farther out, since the area originally chosen was found out to have nesting eagle owls.

And then the nesting grounds of sea turtles (pawikan) also had to be “shorelined” (delineated for protection from potential beachcombers). On the other side of the cove, which forms a second cove, an elevated pond had also been declared a sanctuary of Philippine mallards (ducks).

As a result of some of this self-imposed policy of “a level of self-control” in Ayala Land Premier (ALP) developments, “The Vistas at Mango Grove” situated near Anvaya Cove’s other communities can boast to prospective buyers of privacy, low density planning (at roughly five dwelling units per hectare) and vast expanses of green which a resident will share with another neighbor at the most. There will only be 36 lots at an average size of 790 sq m per lot.

3 Ayala Land has created a bird sanctuary (the Nuvali Bird Sanctuary, for example, has ensured the continued habitat of the property’s winged species).

4 It has retained, and propagates, endemic tree and plant species of its properties so that endemic birds and animals can continue to live there.

Santierra, one of the newest additions of Ayala Land Premier in Nuvali, utilizes natural and recreational park areas using endemic tree and plant species. The effort, which would provide a more suitable ecosystem for local birds and wildlife, has resulted in less water and fertilizer use. The natural flora grows better and creates a cooler climate due to the added shade. A thriving bird population keeps unwanted insects in check in addition to creating a pleasant, cheerful ambiance.

5 It has installed a dual piping system for more sustainable water supplies.

Santierra is designed to use a dual piping water system. Though the investment for such is much higher compared to the traditional piping system, the area would have a much more sustainable water supply because a significant amount of water can be efficiently recycled for watering lawns and for other purposes that do not require potable water.

Double piping systems are also in use in Alveo Land projects like Treveia (in Nuvali) as well as in Serendra communities.

6 Porous pavers are used in Santierra, which directs rainwater back into the natural aquifers, recharging them more effectively.

7 Houses are designed to allow natural light and ventilation, and are built with low-flow water fixtures, storm water catchments for irrigating the private lawn and other green designs to minimize the impact of the summer heat. Such features are all in use in Treveia.

8 It designs energy-efficient structures at par with international standards. Developments in Nuvali, for instance, are vying for a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design international certification, which grades developments according to their level of sustainability-rating buildings in the areas of energy, power saving (such as percentage of recyclable materials and how it’s constructed), water conservation and indoor air quality.

Montecito’s clubhouse Pasa Tiempo is being redeveloped to increase the functionality of the space and the sense of pleasure of both the landscape and natural light.

9 Road structures in the developments are built in a way that would encourage residents to bike instead of drive. Nuvali claims to have the highest standards of sustainability and environmental safeguards, highlighted by its bike lanes to encourage human dwellers to leave their cars at home for short-distance travel.

Outside Treveia homes are double tree-lined roadways, including bike and pedestrian paths, which encourage alternative means of transportation that lower fuel usage and carbon emissions.

10 Large parks and open spaces are integrated into the development to make an ideal natural urban refuge.

One example is Santierra’s park circuit, the largest contiguous park system among existing Ayala Land Premier developments, stretching more than five kilometers. Roads and paths are bordered by trees.

“Greenery is incorporated into the master planning of residential spaces as trees are arranged so that homes are not openly visible from the main road,” said Mayi Platero Rodriguez, project development manager of Santierra.

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If you are interested in Nuvali properties, feel free to contact me anytime.

thanks,

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile +63-917-50-29252 (+63-917-50-AYALA)

Email midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph / coco.ayala@gmail.com

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Anvaya Condos!

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Dear Anvaya Cove lovers:

This May 2010, Ayala Land Premier will unveil THE SEA BREEZE VERANDAS AT ANVAYA COVE.

The Verandas is a low-rise condominium product that offers thoughtfully designed, ready to move in units for convenient and hassle free living at Anvaya Cove.

UNIT FEATURES

Spacious 1BR (75sqm), 2BR(118sqm)  and 227sqm special Penthouse units

Service apartment type layout ( similar to Oakwood, Ascott )

*  Well designed unit to maximize natural ventilation, lighting & user flow

*  Cluster of 3-6 buildings with shared amenities( pool, courtyard & gardens)

*  Located at the highest ridge of Anvaya Cove ( near view pavilion )

*  Unit starts P6M for 1BR,P 10.5M for 2BR

WORRY FREE OWNERSHIP

*  Inclusive of Airconditioning, Kitchen cooktop & hood with top materials & fixtures

*  Leasing opportunity through Anvaya Cove’s Beach & Nature Club CASITA POOL

*  Lock & Go – with housekeeping services by Anvaya Cove’s Beach & Nature Club

*  Building maintenance & exterior upkeep by Ayala Property Management Inc

*  100% backup power, fire & alarm system, master key card

*  Option to let Anvaya team fit out your interior to look like our Casitas

*  No worries for construction supervision & other construction documents from owner

*   usable in a short 2 years ( 3rd quarter 2012 )

If the Verandas at Anvaya Cove interests you, pls call me at 0917-50-29252  so I can tell you more about this great product from Ayala Land Premier.

Your Ayala Land Guide,

COCO MIDEL

Ayala Land Premier

Mobile +63-917-50-29252 (+63-917-50-AYALA)

Email midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph / coco.ayala@gmail.com

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