The company, which pioneered the development of the Makati central business district (CBD) and other estates known for balanced residential, commercial, retail, and green open spaces, is banking on the time-old dictum that people consider finding the right community to live in as one of the best investments there is.
Living in a community that positions you within walking or biking distance from your office, medical facilities, stores, retail outlets, or other places of leisure, relieves one of the stress of driving, or commuting.
Having access to amenities gives one more time to enjoy leisure activities with friends and loved ones, or more time to explore new hobbies and pastimes.
Everyday resources are within reach across all Ayala Land estates including Nuvali, the company’s 2,290-hectare eco-city development in the south. Nuvali houses several residential communities, business spaces, educational institutions such as Xavier School and Miriam College, shopping centers, a Qualimed Hospital, and a Seda Hotel.
AN ACTIVE LIFESTYLE BECKONS
Having more time means one can can easily develop a more active lifestyle. Communities with vast open spaces and sports facilities will help one achieve fitness goals faster.
Vermosa, Ayala Land’s 725-hectare estate in Cavite, features athletic amenities inside the Vermosa Sports Hub.
SAFETY IS A GIVEN
Amenities are nothing without the comfort of knowing that one is safe at home. Ayala Land estates are equipped with round-the-clock security to ensure residents are can relax at home or explore outdoors without compromising their safety.
These estates are supervised by property managers who make sure that everything is going smoothly inside the community, paving the way to a healthier environment for all its occupants.
Most importantly, living in a community helps fend off feelings of isolation—especially now that the country is still under strict quarantine protocols. A community that has access to all the essentials, can help one be active despite the pandemic.
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