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Old January 11th, 2008, 09:19 AM   #61
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Nuvali vs Eton City vs other developments in Santa Rosa area (South Forbes, West Grove...)

Very Exciting developments!

Everybody's a winner...
Very Very tough Choice...


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I think Eton City has the edge with location since it is directly located at the Greenfield exit (both sides) samantalang kailangan pang daanin ang mahaba-habang Sta. Rosa - Balibago Road from the Sta. Rosa exit if you're going to NuvALI.
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I think Eton City has the edge with location since it is directly located at the Greenfield exit (both sides) samantalang kailangan pang daanin ang mahaba-habang Sta. Rosa - Balibago Road from the Sta. Rosa exit if you're going to NuvALI.
however, a 60-m spine road will be constructed as the main thoroughfare of Nuvali that will have entry and exit points in two areas of SLEX.

pero ang rumor is, ang galing ni manong lucio tan, he did not provide the right of way for the ayala-greenfield slex connection, kaya malayo pa ang tinatahak ng mga residents.. definitely there is a tough competition...

eton city, imho, pales in comparison for the concept of a modern city. if they can somehow pattern or be in par with nuvali's sustainability campaign, then it would really be a great battle of the southern cities.

also, Nuvali will be connected to the www via WIMAX.
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TREVEIA at NUVALI - Calamba, Laguna

LOCATION

•Located in Baranggay Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna
•Centrally located within Nuvali, a 21st century city that has an extensive array of commercial, recreational and institutional facilities, all set in a sprawling campus type environment.
•Just across Xavier school, a church and retail center, and 5 minutes from Nuvali’s CBD.

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•Grand 40-meter entrance
•Tree-lined pedestrian lane
•Articulated perimeter fence with landscaping
•Bicycle lane throughout main spine
•Proven waste management system by Ayala Property Management Corp

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Hi,

I just want to know if you have any idea if Nuvali is part of the land of the Yulo's which the Hacienda Yulo Farmers Association is claiming right now? They are doing a-la-Sumilao farmers and claiming that 3000ha of the Yulos' hacienda chould have been distributed to them under CARP and the government should stop the building of residential and commercial areas in those lands. Although the news article in inquirer directly points to ETON city, I really need to know if Nuvali is also a part of the disputed land knowing that it is a joint project with the Yulos. We are quite nervous because we already made a down payment for the Avida Settings project. Thanks!

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MANILA, Philippines -- Some 200 farmers from the old Hacienda Yulo in Laguna have begun a two-week march to Manila to appeal to the government to stop the conversion of the land they are tilling into commercial zones.

On the second day of the march from Calamba, members of the Hacienda Yulo Farmers Association (HYFA) on Saturday denounced the establishment of Eton City on 1,000 hectares in Sta. Rosa, which its developers have dubbed the future “Makati of the South.”

Eton City was part of the extensive Hacienda Yulo owned by the late Speaker and Supreme Court Justice Jose Yulo Sr. His descendants have broken up the hacienda and have sold, leased, or are developing the land which straddles Calamba, Sta. Rosa, Cabuyao, and Biñan.

Some 2,600 farmer families are claiming 3,811 of the 7,100 ha that comprise the Yulo estate.

Chanting "Land use plan, irebisa, irebisa (Revise the land use plan),” the marchers said the project had marginalized hundreds of farmers as it was established right in their farms.

HYFA president Roli Petate said the Sta. Rosa City mayor should be held to account for the project, claiming the developers had failed to secure a development permit from the mayor's office.

“Mayor Arlene Arcillas-Nazareno needs to act immediately on the illegal project as it runs counter to the intent of our government and agrarian reform program to distribute lands to the legitimate farmers and provide them with support services,” Petate said.

In 2006, HYFA filed with the Department of Agrarian Reform a petition to nullify the exemption order granted in 1992 for a Yulo landholding covering 943 ha on the ground that it was not complied with for over 15 years.

Last December, the DAR denied the petition on the ground it had been filed too late.
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Abrio to ‘out-posh’ all other Ayala villages
By Tessa Salazar
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February 16, 2008

MANILA, Philippines—If you can afford it, you’ll have all the space to live and play with in this 70-hectare sprawl reserved for only 380 families. And no amount of stone-throwing will land anywhere near your neighbor.

Ayala Land Premier is setting a new standard of living that is seen to surpass those of Forbes Park, Ayala Heights, Ayala Alabang and other high-end Ayala subdivisions.

The lot sizes alone give a hint of the quality of life this ultra high-end residential development is poised to provide. Falling within a tight range of 800 to 1,200 square meters and distributed at a ratio of only five units per hectare, these dimensions, according to Ayala, would help ensure that the homogeneity of the community is preserved and that residents are able to maintain control over access to their private lives.

Low-density premium subdivision


Abrio, a low-density premium subdivision of Ayala Land Premier in Santa Rosa, Laguna would cater to 380 families carved out of a total land area of 70 hectares.

Its road network would be as wide as Ayala Avenue, with pedestrian-friendly walkways, tree-lined streets and bike lanes.

A linear park that goes around the entire subdivision would serve as the perimeter. Fifty percent of all of the land would be open spaces. These open spaces would be unsold, but open for residents to use and accessible from the main roads, open lawn areas, walking trails, bike paths and parks.

Bike paths and walkways would be built into the road networks to reduce dependence on motor vehicles, and a dual piping system enables more efficient use of recycled water. Bioswales would direct the flow of rainwater for irrigation and to naturally resupply underground aquifers. (A bioswale is a shallow depression created in the earth to accept and convey stormwater runoff. It uses natural means, including vegetation and soil, to treat water run-off by filtering out contaminants being conveyed in the water.)

Stringent standards


Specifications provided by Ayala Land Premier to Inquirer Property showed stringent standards to ensure the low-density profile of Abrio.

For instance, all lots are exclusively for residential use. Each lot would be used for a single residence only. Each residence, in turn, would have to be occupied by only a single family.

The minimum construction cost for each home is estimated at P10 million. And the height of the houses is limited to a maximum 9 meters from the highest original ground level of the lot to the highest point of the building.

Main road


“Imagine Ayala Avenue designed to support enough traffic for a central business district. In Abrio our main road is almost as wide as Ayala Avenue for 380 families. So it is so much more than we’ve ever done in any kind of subdivision before,” said Thomas F. Mirasol, assistant vice president of Ayala Land Premier.

He added that from the edge of the road to the start of a resident’s property would be an extra green, tree-lined space of anywhere between 7 and 9 meters (On the main road the distance is 7 meters. On the secondary roads the distance is 9 meters.).

Rex Mendoza, senior vice president of Ayala Land, said: “There’s so much land that we didn’t even sell, that we have left open for children to play in; we even say there’s no perimeter lot in Abrio.”

Amenities


Abrio’s amenities include the classic park, clubhouse, multipurpose hall, a gym, covered multipurpose court, a natural playground, infrared security fences, Wi-Fi/WiMax and underground utilities.

Abrio would be part of Ayala’s urban hub Nuvali, hyped to be the new gateway of Region 4. The magnitude of Nuvali itself—a planned mixed-use hub that would utilize urban designs and “green” developments—is almost impossible to ignore. It is eight times the size of the Makati Central Business District at 1,600 hectares.

The centerpiece of all this will be the residential companies of Ayala Land—Ayala Land Premier, Community Innovations and Avida.

‘A long driveway’


There would, indeed, be so much space to spare in Abrio. “Imagine your garage starts 5 meters (the minimum setback from the edge of your property line). That means the edge of the road to the door of your garage can be 14 meters. That’s a long driveway and very grand when you come in,” described Mirasol.

He said that this will be the case for lots located on secondary roads: 9-meter buffer zone, plus a minimum setback of 5 meters from the property line of the lot.

He added: “Imagine houses that don’t start until about 14 meters from the curb of the road. When you’re driving down the street with all of the trees that eventually will be built on both sides, you might not even see the house. Actually, that’s the design-privacy.”

Only 3


Mirasol said a key attraction of Abrio was the sizes of the lot cuts: Up to 1,200 sq m (with most lot cuts at 924 sq m, and the smallest at 800 sq m).

He added that Ayala had to come out with a policy limiting the number of lots that buyers could purchase to three, observing that some interested parties were intending to purchase multiple lots.

Mirasol explained that in December 2007 Ayala Land Premier made a new class of lots called Park Place Lots available for sale. These lots were sold at P15,000 per square meter, inclusive of VAT. This new price, when compared to the average price when Ayala first launched it in late September 2007 represents an increase of 50 percent.

Mendoza revealed that the market reaction to the project was something Ayala had not experienced before. “Not in that kind of magnitude,” he said.

“And I guess it’s perhaps a lot of people are thinking that Nuvali is a new way of life, and the reason a lot of them are getting two or three lots (in Abrio) would be for their children. This is going to be the standard of living for the future. They’d rather have their kids living here than elsewhere,” Mendoza explained.

New Forbes Park?


Mirasol said Abrio’s tag “new Forbes Park” was not official, and only came from the people who looked at it and concluded the place had the makings of a “new Forbes Park.”

“Actually, there are quite a few similarities such as large lots, small number of total lots and it’s at the edge of what will be the central business district. If you look at Forbes Park now in relation to the Makati business district, Abrio is also near the CBD.”

Mendoza countered, however, by saying, “All through the years, there have been a lot of developments so we’ve improved on so many things in Abrio.”
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WOW! Does this mean you get an additional 9 meters infront of your 800-1200 sqm lot?

Looks very nice! No wonder pati payment plans for the rich talaga...
I wish I had 10M lying around...

Only negative part for me... Is that they sound snobish... lots are 10M (almost spot cash) plus atleast 10M construction... and they are like telling you who can live in your house... I get the low density part but medyo snobish lang ang dating... I wonder if they have multi family problems in Forbes and Dasma?

Reminds me of ayala alabang... when I first went there to look at la salle zobel... parang probinsiya... nothing was there as in nothing... now look at it... Its going to be interesting how this shapes up... Santa Rosa area has developed pretty nice - slowly but surely getting there... Now with Nuvali and Eton City going to start i wonder if projects in the West Grove, South Forbes area will slow down because people will move to Nuvali or Eton City...

Also, It would be interesting to see how Eton City and Nuvali battle it out to claim the title "Makati of the South"




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February 16, 2008

MANILA, Philippines—If you can afford it, you’ll have all the space to live and play with in this 70-hectare sprawl reserved for only 380 families. And no amount of stone-throwing will land anywhere near your neighbor.

Ayala Land Premier is setting a new standard of living that is seen to surpass those of Forbes Park, Ayala Heights, Ayala Alabang and other high-end Ayala subdivisions.

The lot sizes alone give a hint of the quality of life this ultra high-end residential development is poised to provide. Falling within a tight range of 800 to 1,200 square meters and distributed at a ratio of only five units per hectare, these dimensions, according to Ayala, would help ensure that the homogeneity of the community is preserved and that residents are able to maintain control over access to their private lives.

Low-density premium subdivision


Abrio, a low-density premium subdivision of Ayala Land Premier in Santa Rosa, Laguna would cater to 380 families carved out of a total land area of 70 hectares.

Its road network would be as wide as Ayala Avenue, with pedestrian-friendly walkways, tree-lined streets and bike lanes.

A linear park that goes around the entire subdivision would serve as the perimeter. Fifty percent of all of the land would be open spaces. These open spaces would be unsold, but open for residents to use and accessible from the main roads, open lawn areas, walking trails, bike paths and parks.

Bike paths and walkways would be built into the road networks to reduce dependence on motor vehicles, and a dual piping system enables more efficient use of recycled water. Bioswales would direct the flow of rainwater for irrigation and to naturally resupply underground aquifers. (A bioswale is a shallow depression created in the earth to accept and convey stormwater runoff. It uses natural means, including vegetation and soil, to treat water run-off by filtering out contaminants being conveyed in the water.)

Stringent standards


Specifications provided by Ayala Land Premier to Inquirer Property showed stringent standards to ensure the low-density profile of Abrio.

For instance, all lots are exclusively for residential use. Each lot would be used for a single residence only. Each residence, in turn, would have to be occupied by only a single family.

The minimum construction cost for each home is estimated at P10 million. And the height of the houses is limited to a maximum 9 meters from the highest original ground level of the lot to the highest point of the building.

Main road


“Imagine Ayala Avenue designed to support enough traffic for a central business district. In Abrio our main road is almost as wide as Ayala Avenue for 380 families. So it is so much more than we’ve ever done in any kind of subdivision before,” said Thomas F. Mirasol, assistant vice president of Ayala Land Premier.

He added that from the edge of the road to the start of a resident’s property would be an extra green, tree-lined space of anywhere between 7 and 9 meters (On the main road the distance is 7 meters. On the secondary roads the distance is 9 meters.).

Rex Mendoza, senior vice president of Ayala Land, said: “There’s so much land that we didn’t even sell, that we have left open for children to play in; we even say there’s no perimeter lot in Abrio.”

Amenities


Abrio’s amenities include the classic park, clubhouse, multipurpose hall, a gym, covered multipurpose court, a natural playground, infrared security fences, Wi-Fi/WiMax and underground utilities.

Abrio would be part of Ayala’s urban hub Nuvali, hyped to be the new gateway of Region 4. The magnitude of Nuvali itself—a planned mixed-use hub that would utilize urban designs and “green” developments—is almost impossible to ignore. It is eight times the size of the Makati Central Business District at 1,600 hectares.

The centerpiece of all this will be the residential companies of Ayala Land—Ayala Land Premier, Community Innovations and Avida.

‘A long driveway’


There would, indeed, be so much space to spare in Abrio. “Imagine your garage starts 5 meters (the minimum setback from the edge of your property line). That means the edge of the road to the door of your garage can be 14 meters. That’s a long driveway and very grand when you come in,” described Mirasol.

He said that this will be the case for lots located on secondary roads: 9-meter buffer zone, plus a minimum setback of 5 meters from the property line of the lot.

He added: “Imagine houses that don’t start until about 14 meters from the curb of the road. When you’re driving down the street with all of the trees that eventually will be built on both sides, you might not even see the house. Actually, that’s the design-privacy.”

Only 3


Mirasol said a key attraction of Abrio was the sizes of the lot cuts: Up to 1,200 sq m (with most lot cuts at 924 sq m, and the smallest at 800 sq m).

He added that Ayala had to come out with a policy limiting the number of lots that buyers could purchase to three, observing that some interested parties were intending to purchase multiple lots.

Mirasol explained that in December 2007 Ayala Land Premier made a new class of lots called Park Place Lots available for sale. These lots were sold at P15,000 per square meter, inclusive of VAT. This new price, when compared to the average price when Ayala first launched it in late September 2007 represents an increase of 50 percent.

Mendoza revealed that the market reaction to the project was something Ayala had not experienced before. “Not in that kind of magnitude,” he said.

“And I guess it’s perhaps a lot of people are thinking that Nuvali is a new way of life, and the reason a lot of them are getting two or three lots (in Abrio) would be for their children. This is going to be the standard of living for the future. They’d rather have their kids living here than elsewhere,” Mendoza explained.

New Forbes Park?


Mirasol said Abrio’s tag “new Forbes Park” was not official, and only came from the people who looked at it and concluded the place had the makings of a “new Forbes Park.”

“Actually, there are quite a few similarities such as large lots, small number of total lots and it’s at the edge of what will be the central business district. If you look at Forbes Park now in relation to the Makati business district, Abrio is also near the CBD.”

Mendoza countered, however, by saying, “All through the years, there have been a lot of developments so we’ve improved on so many things in Abrio.”
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...It would be interesting to see how Eton City and Nuvali battle it out to claim the title "Makati of the South"
yes, i wonder who will win as well. nuvali offers the modern city, eton targets a leisure community with south lake village..

i bet nuvali will win, but eton city has the best location, imho...
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if you come to think about it, P20 million isn't that much especially if you compare it with St. Francis' P100 million penthouses
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WOW! Does this mean you get an additional 9 meters infront of your 800-1200 sqm lot?

Looks very nice! No wonder pati payment plans for the rich talaga...
I wish I had 10M lying around...

Only negative part for me... Is that they sound snobish... lots are 10M (almost spot cash) plus atleast 10M construction... and they are like telling you who can live in your house... I get the low density part but medyo snobish lang ang dating... I wonder if they have multi family problems in Forbes and Dasma?

Reminds me of ayala alabang... when I first went there to look at la salle zobel... parang probinsiya... nothing was there as in nothing... now look at it... Its going to be interesting how this shapes up... Santa Rosa area has developed pretty nice - slowly but surely getting there... Now with Nuvali and Eton City going to start i wonder if projects in the West Grove, South Forbes area will slow down because people will move to Nuvali or Eton City...

Also, It would be interesting to see how Eton City and Nuvali battle it out to claim the title "Makati of the South"
This all sounds good and I like it! However, I still love our 800 sqm.+ property in Ayala Greenfield Estates that overlooks almost every places mentioned beforehand; and we'll definitely build on it. For investment, Nuvali would be a great one and we're contemplating it----law permitting. Regards to all!
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if you come to think about it, P20 million isn't that much especially if you compare it with St. Francis' P100 million penthouses
Pera rin youn.
Ilang tao kaya ang maykayang mag lubog ng 20 million para sa isang bahay lang.

Kung ganoon bakit hindi natin kumpara na lang sa condo sa NY, $1 million para sa isang kaliitliit na condo o pwede ring compara sa mga $5 million na mga bahay sa NY. magmumukhang cheap ang P100 million.
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kaya nga. what i was trying to say, it's a very good buy. for P20 million, you can get a huge house in a very good neighborhood. your 20 million will bloat to 150 million in no time pag naging "new forbes park" nga ang abrio.
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