Last week regardless of the current weather forecast, my family managed to visit another attraction in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. It is becoming popular to all travelers like me for it provides a different eco-thrill for a family in tow. This is our first visit to an urban development community site which is part of the private subdivision projects of the Ayalas.
The main attraction at the moment is the Solenad— a commercial area compared in the luxurious food and shops in Greenbelt, Makati. The only difference is that, you have a more greener scenery and mountain landscape of Mt. Makiling. Plus factor is the mix of environmental activities that your family can enjoy.
It's also my first time to see bunch of Koi and my kids was so excited feeding them. There's a boat ride to the man-made lagoon for P30 pesos each and one can imagine how lucky are those who are near the place to enjoy true God's gifts of nature.
So, while it's under development period, grab a time and visit the place.
Nuvali is a 1,600 hectare development envisioned to be the country’s next urban center. Developed by Ayala group, It is located in Laguna and is covered by the cities of Sta. Rosa and Calamba. It is only 40 kms away from Makati (50 min) and 25 kms from Alabang (30 min). Nuvali is along the Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road. From Metro Manila, it is accessible via South Luzon Expressway with the following exit points: (a) Exclusive access at Mamplasan, Sta. Rosa; (b) Sta. Rosa- Tagaytay Road; (c) Malitlit (Asia Brewery) and (d) Silang.
As the next urban center, Nuvali will integrate a mix of land uses which are vital to support a modern metropolis. It will have a central business district with traditional office buildings and business process outsourcing campuses, retail centers, residential developments, schools, institutional and civic areas, among others. Nuvali will redefine urban living by hinging itself upon sustainability to distinguish itself from cities as we know it, of highly dense urban centers. This means that Nuvali will contain the elements that bring forth economic prosperity, while keeping check of social needs to foster true community building, all in an ecologically sound environment.
Ayala Land believes that only in striking this balance will it assure the value appreciation of Nuvali for generations to come. This is the same long-term outlook in large scale developments that enabled the company to shape the Makati Central Business District, Ayala Alabang and Madrigal Business Park, Cebu Business Park, and Bonifacio Global City. With this vision of sustainability, Ayala Land finds assurance in its plans for Nuvali as the up and coming metropolis.