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Ayala Land showcases ‘generation of homebuyers‘

SELECTED heirlooms of the country’s distinguished families that succeed in building legacies and held special significance in their respective family ties were recently put on display in a rare exhibit at the Ayala Museum in Makati.
Thoughtfully carved into 36 pocket neighborhoods inside a 50-hectare high-end residential community  each living enclave offers a sense of place and space for its residents as every home is provided with own garden courtyards. Thoughtfully carved into 36 pocket neighborhoods inside a 50-hectare high-end residential community each living enclave offers a sense of place and space for its residents as every home is provided with own garden courtyards.
Ayala Land’s first full-line developer of premium residential developments, Ayala Land Premier partnered with Lifestyle Asia for its Generations Issue this August that reflects the tagline living at its finest.. “Clearly, it’s perfect timing for us right now to work together and commemorate what we’ve set our sights on, namely some of the country’s most reputable families that succeed in building legacies and in leaving a mark on their chosen fields,” notes Jose Juan Jugo, Head of Ayala Land Premier. “Our featured families share a piece of their history through the heirlooms which help tell the story of where they came from and how they arrived to where they are today.” He said. “Being in a company that puts much value on commitment, heritage, and legacy-building, we are taking this opportunity to celebrate what they’ve contributed to our society and to put a spotlight on how they continue to inspire us to work to continue our task of developing distinctive communities that complement their lifestyles.” Jugo added. In a statement issued during the event, Ayala Land Premier said that “it has dedicated itself to propagating a legacy through its property developments. “The idea of passing on something of great value and worth underlines the development of suburban environments and building high-rise condominiums that transform skylines and lifestyles within a live-work-play environment which were formerly grasslands, the statement said.
Ayala Land Premiere development Luscara in Nuvali. Geared to uphold a living experience that will nurture a family for generations. Ayala Land Premiere development Luscara in Nuvali. Geared to uphold a living experience that will nurture a family for generations.
A celebration of passion and commitment, the exhibit entitled Luminous: Legacy in the Limelight, gathers together some of the Philippines’ distinguished families, such as Wellington, Marc, and Jason Soong of Autostrada Motore Inc, distributors of luxury vehicles; renowned engineer and owner of Multi Development and Construction Corporation (MDCC) Pablito “Pabling,” and Architectural Design Consultant of MDCC Carlo Calma; and founder of the legendary radio station DZRJ and owner of RJ Guitar Center, Bistro RJ and Jacinto Color businesses Ramon “RJ” Jacinto, his business and life partner Frannie, and daughter Natalia. Meanwhile, May Rodriguez, Head of Project Development, Ayala Land Premier shares, “These are, in fact, strongly anchored on our developments in NUVALI, where communities are built with the family in mind. Making a strong statement is our fifth and newest development in NUVALI, which is Luscara—a 50-hectare residential community that is geared to uphold a living experience that will nurture a family for generations. A testament to Ayala Land’s long-standing commitment to enriching lives through enhancing land, Luscara stands as a fulfilled promise for families of today and well into the future.
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