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Old April 22nd, 2014, 04:34 AM   #321
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Pero atlis di pa rin nila pinutol.
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Old April 22nd, 2014, 01:13 PM   #322
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Ayala Land unveils 5-year plan to convert former FTI property into business district
By: Krista Angela M. Montealegre | InterAksyon.com| Tuesday | April 22, 2014 | 4:42 PM

MANILA – Ayala Land Inc (ALI) today unveiled a five-year plan to convert the former Food Terminal Inc complex into the company's latest central business district and gateway to Metro Manila from the south.

In a briefing, ALI vice president Meean Dy said the company is investing P80 billion over a five-year period to develop the first phase of the 74-hectare Arca South, consisting of 870,000 square meters of gross floor area evenly split between residential and commercial use.

The first phase of Arca South will house 3,645 residential units from the AyalaLand Premier, Alveo and Avida brands; nine office buildings catering to business process outsourcing companies; three retail centers; a 200-room Seda Hotel; and a 250-bed QualiMed hospital.

Upon completion, Arca South will accommodate as many as 60,000 residents and 400,000 office workers.

ALI has sold 19 lots ranging from P160,000 to P200,000 per square meter to assist the property company in priming the mixed-use project. The lots are valued at a combined P9-10 billion.

AyalaLand Premier's Arbor Lanes will be the first residential project in Arca South, comprising five blocks of 13-15 storey condominiums. The sprawling garden community will have a total of 1,100 units, with the first block offering 208 units at an average size of 108 square meters, generating P3.5 billion in sales. Turnover has been set to begin in the first quarter of 2018.

Upper-middle brand Alveo expects P9.2 billion in sales from 900 units, while affordable brand Avida targets P5 billion from 1,600 units.

Arca South will have its own version of Bonifacio High Street, a lifestyle mall, and a transit-oriented mall that will be linked to the Southeast ITS project. For a complete shopping experience, ALI will open a regional mall with 150,000 square meters of leasable space.

The lifestyle mall will open in the fourth quarter of 2017 with the bigger mall slated to open three years after.

Nine towers with a gross leasable area of 200,000 square meters will be launched within the next five years, with two expected to be operational by 2017.

The 250-bed QualiMed hospital is set to start offering highly specialized medical treatment by late 2017 or 2018. Around that time, the Seda Hotel will open its doors to the public.

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Old April 22nd, 2014, 05:08 PM   #323
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Whoaw! First phase pa lang maganda na yung mga launched na projects. Can't wait for these lalo na at malapit lang kami sa Arca South.
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Bakit nawala sa render yung Integrated Transport System?
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By Jenniffer B. Austria | Manila Standard Today | Apr. 23, 2014 at 12:01am

Property developer Ayala Land Inc. said Tuesday it will build 20 condominium towers with a total of 3,600 units at the former Food Terminal Inc. complex in Taguig City over the next five years.

Ayala Land vice president and head of strategic landbank and management group Anna Bautista-Dy said in a news briefing at Seda Hotel in Bonifacio Global City the company would generate P17.7 billion in sales from the condominium projects that would rise within the 74-hectare Arca South, the former site of FTI.

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By Doris C. Dumlao | Philippine Daily Inquirer | Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 | 12:08 am

Property giant Ayala Land Inc. unveiled on Tuesday the P80-billion master plan for its newest central business district (CBD) project in the metropolis—Arca South, which will be built on the 74-hectare property in Taguig City formerly known as FTI complex.

For the first phase of the project, Arca South will have around 20 residential towers spread across three Ayala brands, nine office buildings, a 200-room Seda hotel, a 250-bed QualiMed hospital as well as diverse shopping, dining and entertainment areas, top officials said in a briefing.

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A closer look of the buildings along the grand boulevard.

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A closer look of the buildings along the grand boulevard.

Doesn't look like such a grand boulevard with just 4 lanes. This must be a rendering of what it would look like on a Good Friday... There's no way they could have such dense development with only a couple of vehicles on its only central avenue.
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Maybe they chose to prioritize more sidewalks and bike lanes as seen from the lower left of the picture and also to accomodate more trees in the area.
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