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Old August 5th, 2007, 11:08 AM   #1
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LAGUNA | Nuvali [mix|u/c]

Nuvali – a fully integrated, mixed use community of the 21st century




Our Vision

Vision Statement : A strong, sound future

Nuvali aims to be the country's landmark sustainable community, committed to a new way of living on three fronts: environmental sustainability, economic sustainability, and social sustainability.


ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY


Nuvali will treat its natural environment responsibly, reaping the earth's benefits while promoting its conservation. This strong symbiosis with nature will endure in the community's physical and institutional infrastructure.


ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY


Nuvali will encourage economic vibrancy by being a progressive, knowledge-based community. Integrated business and commercial districts along with freedom of information will maintain economic growth.


SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY


Nuvali will develop harmony among people of different backgrounds through shared values and ends. A healthy community will spring from cultural diversity and solid interaction.


Nuvali will be a stable and dynamic realm--the perfect balance of nature and modernity, of work and recreation, of the contemporary and the timeless.


Evoliving: A vision of happiness

Evoliving is the seamless weaving of life, nature and technology to secure a vibrant future, an observance of responsibility, harmony and diversity, enabling people to live the way they choose.


Responsibility emerges from an eco-aware community, wherein alternative energies, recycling practices, and other innovations for managing the earth's resources are built into everyone's routine, from how they travel to what they eat. Harmony, in turn, is a result of integrating different zones, activities, market sectors, and levels of living, from merging public infrastructure with the natural environment, to providing total web connectivity. Finally, diversity is achieved by allowing a variety of activities and people of different backgrounds to co-exist, with parks, offices, and homes in sync, and people-oriented spaces sparking interaction.

By linking several vital values into one dynamic lifestyle, everyone can pursue all the goals they desire. Evoliving is the opportunity to be happy, addressing what is essential to every person: the ability to feel safe, to relate and to be free.


Behind Nuvali

Development Partners : A communion of strengths

With over 50 years of experience in real estate, Ayala land, Inc. has earned a reputation as the country's leading real estate developer.

The company aspires to build top-class products and services, move with scale, and maintain strict financial discipline throughout the company, recognizing that the satisfaction of its customers, patrons, shareholders, and other stakeholders remains the ultimate measure of its success.

Nuvali is a collaboration between Ayala Land, Inc. and the Yulo family, a merging of efforts to transform the Yulos' 1,600-hectare property in Canlubang, Laguna into a wholly sustainable community development. The land is divided into three parcels--Ceci, Aurora, and Vesta--and is within one of the most rapidly urbanizing regions in the country with an annual population growth rate of 3.5%. Ayala Land and the Yulos recognize the rich potential of this land and advocate its use of establishing a strong future.

Site History : A prolific history

Nuvali was originally a part of the nation's Friar Lands, estates owned by the Spanish monastic orders during the 1800s. Early in the American colonial regime, a group of enterprising Americans purchased this land and started a successful sugar plantation, selling it later on to the Madrigal family after the Second World War. The Yulo family then bought the land from the Madrigals in 1948 and established the Canlubang Sugar Estate.


Masterplan

Nuvali is a self sufficient community in Laguna that covers all major areas--residential, business, commercial, recreational, and educational. Homes, office buildings, shops, restaurants, and schools are attuned to each other through the rich natural environment, technological hubs, and people-oriented infrastructure. It is a harmony of productivity and sustainability, where family, work, and leisure are seamlessly integrated in a diverse vibrant landscape.


Office Spaces : A rewarding investment

With facilities and infrastructure creatively tailored to meet the needs of businesses, prime office space can be acquired as part of the Nuvali business district.

Retail Spaces : A vibrant exchange

Nourishing interconnectedness between individuals and communities, lifestyle retail and entertainment spaces can be acquired as part of the Nuvali commercial district

Land Lease and Sales : An assured venture

Diverse, people-oriented spaces--a masterfully planned organic intersection of parks, offices and residences--spark vitality and life.

Opportunities for prime land and leasing can be acquired as part of the Nuvali commercial and mixed-use development.

Residential : A thriving hub

Nuvali benefits from many amenities present in the local area. Existing shops, restaurants, parks, schools, and sports centers are open to the community. The area also enjoys a rich cultural heritage, making Nuvali part of an active tourism district.
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Design Revolutions
Philippine Star
Friday, August 3, 2007

New work environments with the look and feel of a dynamic university are being introduced by Ayala Land to rapidly growing industries including the business processing outsourcing segment.

Picking up from successful models abroad like Silicon Valley and the Infosys Campuses in India, the premier real estate firm is building two IT campuses in the next two years. A cluster of low-rise buildings built around a central amenity like a park or a lake, this new office format “creates a conducive workplace for young employees who are more at home with the informality and less structured ambience of the university rather than the corporate appeal of the office tower,” according to Marivic Anonuevo, head of Ayala Land’s Corporate Business Group.

Prospective clients seeking to expand their IT-driven businesses beyond Metro Manila are particularly keen about its proposed 30-hectare technology campus at a new 1,600 hectare community in Canlubang.

Envisioned to be a regional growth center, the community was recently named Nuvali and will encompass business, retail and entertainment spaces built around a vast lake with an area of 40,000 sqms.

Ayala Land will kick off the Nuvali community with the construction of an IT campus. The campus’ first building, a four-storey structure offers 10,805 sqms. of office space. Along with other key amenities of Nuvali, the BPO building to be completed in 2008 will be oriented towards the spacious lake.

The four-storey edifice will offer the youthful workforce expected to work in the area with refreshing views of water and the other natural attractions of this emerging community. “This workplace will be serene and close to nature while offering the energy and dynamism of a university,” says Anonuevo. Appropriately, this IT campus was recently named the Technopod at Nuvali.

For business owners, Ayala Land offers the advantage of being able to quickly construct more cost-efficient buildings as needed in its vast Technopod location. The company can also put up mini campuses dedicated for a specific client if that is desired.

But prior to the Canlubang project, Ayala Land will inaugurate by the end of the year the UP North Science and Technology Park. With a long term land lease arrangement negotiated with the University of the Philippines, the 37.5 ha. Diliman project consists of 10 low-rise buildings to be built in phases. It offers high-tech companies easy access to the different research departments of the university. It will also incorporate a retail center and eventually a businessman’s hotel. The Canlubang development is likewise envisioned as a fully integrated community with retail, commercial, residential, transport and even recreational components.

Ma. Carmela Ignacio, senior division manager of ALI’s Corporate Business Division, adds that BPOs generally require a high level of service from developers. Since these firms usually operate from late at night to the wee hours, they require 24/7 technical support and tight security not only within the premises but also for their employees as they arrive and leave the place. Covered, well-lit walkways linking the building to transport nodes are crucial.

Moreover, employees are provided with quick access to retail and dining establishments and even sports facilities. “Its important to BPOs that their staff are able to maximize break times so they can return to the office refreshed and recharged,” notes Ignacio. Lodgings for employees also figure into the BPO equation because they hire a good number of agents from the provinces.
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Old August 7th, 2007, 09:43 AM   #5
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They have a superhighend project there (as they termed it to me). 70 hectares with 350 lots. No perimeter fences, and the sidewalks/plantings etc are 10 meters wide on each side so the main street is like 36 meters wide, and planted with big trees, the side streets are only 8 meters wide haha , poor naman.
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That is definitely high-end comparing its stats alone to other developments. If say you use 50% of the land for streets,amenities, etc. that leaves 1000sq. meters on average per lot.
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Old August 7th, 2007, 01:49 PM   #7
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A catalyst in every way, NUVALI fosters the practice of sustainable values, attitude and behaviors.


Watch out for the weekly Evoliving Series on NUVALI starting July 30.
This series of weekly advertorials will engage different stakeholders in the sustainability arena, encouraging awarenesss, discussion and debate.


Following are the release dates of succeeding parts:

Philippine Star

August 5, 12, 26

September 9, 23, 29

November 25

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

August 6, 20

September 3, 17, 30

October 1


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Old August 7th, 2007, 07:38 PM   #8
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I'll wait till we get more details...but i hope this development is self integrated: where people can live and work within the community. from reading Ayala's marketing (above), i sure hope this is the case. Ayala is the best company to do something like this anyways.
Otherwise, its just more suburban sprawl that will continue to choke Metro Manila with traffic congestion and pollution..
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^ Yeah Ryan, NUVALI is just one component of the Canlubang development by the Ayalas. http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=462762
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That is definitely high-end comparing its stats alone to other developments. If say you use 50% of the land for streets,amenities, etc. that leaves 1000sq. meters on average per lot.
Yep, minimum lot size is around 800-900 sqm.
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I thought Nuvali 1600 ha and this 70 ha Phase1 is Abrio ...


Abrio – 70 Has.


Consist of 3 phases
383 total lots
Phase 1 (launching September 29,2007)


113 lots
70 has.
average lot size : 914 sqm
lot range : 800 – 1,200 sqm
distance from house to house : approx. 34 meters
10 meters width road
8-10 meters setback from road
5 meters setback from house

What do they mean by setback? What do look for when choosing a lot?
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Yes, you are correct @geebang. Nuvali is 1,600 hectares and Abrio which is part of Nuvali is 70 hectares. Nuvali will be officially launched in September and they are accepting letter of intents from clients at this time.

Setbacks? It is the distance of a structure from the edge of the lot.

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I thought Nuvali 1600 ha and this 70 ha Phase1 is Abrio ...

Abrio – 70 Has.

Consist of 3 phases
383 total lots

Phase 1 (launching September 29,2007)
113 lots
70 has.
average lot size : 914 sqm
lot range : 800 – 1,200 sqm
distance from house to house : approx. 34 meters
10 meters width road
8-10 meters setback from road
5 meters setback from house

What do they mean by setback? What do look for when choosing a lot?
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Did Ayala already own the land or did they buy it from the Yulos for this specific project?
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Did Ayala already own the land or did they buy it from the Yulos for this specific project?
This is a joint venture between the Yulos and Ayalas. The Yulos own the 1,600 hectare land and the Ayalas will be developing it.
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Is there plans of eventually creating a CBD in Canlubang, similar to BGC?
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Nuvali development underway
• Launch of all residential brands
(ALP, CI, Avida) in October 2007
– Earmarked 246 hectares for
initial residential developments
with over 4,000 units
• Putting in place key infrastructure
projects
– Spine road construction ongoing;
for completion by 3Q07
– Development of residential
access roads commenced in
2Q07
• Visitors’ Center (1,000 sqms),
retail (2,000 sqms), 1 BPO
building (8,000 sqms) and nature
park/lake development to
commence in 3Q07; completion
by 2Q08

-ALI Aug10 report
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Whoah!!! this is a huge project. Do you guys have any idea on pricing of its residential component?

Im really surprised that they are pursuing this as most countries are getting away with this type of developments. It just take up too much land, inefficient, and bad for the environment.
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Old August 20th, 2007, 06:10 AM   #18
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Evoliving: Meeting on Common Ground
Part 1
Philippine Daily Inquirer
July 30, 2007

http://www.nuvalievoliving.com/adver.../adv080207.pdf

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Part 2
Philippine Star
August 5, 2007

http://www.nuvalievoliving.com/adver...adv0805-07.pdf
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Old August 31st, 2007, 09:02 PM   #19
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It is a huge project, and even the project team for NUVALI are saying it will ba a long after this that they make another project as big as this one.

This will actually be something like Makati City.. 30-40 years down the road.

ABRIO will be the high end residential village in Nuvali to be patterned as the "next Forbes Park"

Lot sizes will be around 900-1000 in average. and are approx. 10k/sqm. all in.

Nuvali will be a mix-use community and will have its own CBD as well.
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How does this fit into...

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=462762
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