Ayala Land Premier (ALP), the high-end residential wing of the property giant, is fast-tracking the development of The Courtyards, its latest suburban project in the Alabang-Cavite corridor.
The Courtyards is composed of 130 hectares of prime living space in Dasmariñas and Imus towns.
Excitement is building up for the development as residents have been promised by ALP officials that they can move in to their homes by 2016.
Jose Juan Jugo, head of Ayala Land Premier, said, “The project is the company’s latest blockbuster project that contains Ayala’s signature quality brand just like in its previous projects. The Courtyards is a manifestation of how Ayala develops the perfect suburban setting for the urbanite who is looking for an abode that can be either a second home or home,” he said in a recent press briefing held in Makati City.
So far, The Courtyards has sold over P3 billion five months after it was introduced in the market. This has boosted ALP’s status as the top developer in the areas since introducing Ayala Alabang in the early 1980s.
“We designed The Courtyards to be the ideal living space for ‘full nesters’—families with one or more children, or else couples that are planning to add more to their brood, as well as established families who wish to move into a more peaceful suburban setting,” said Jugo.
Privacy and tranquility
The Courtyards offers 431 lots ranging from 470 to 1,947 square meters.
Each lot is part of a cluster of six to eight lots enclaved in courtyards, essentially a cul-de-sac which allows for one-way traffic and has an island of greenery in the middle, ensuring privacy and tranquility for the residents.
Lots are classified according to whether they are fronting a courtyard, adjacent to a greenway—a linear park running parallel to the main road, or their proximity to the main amenity core.
These factors determine lot prices which start from P23,900 per square meter to P38,900.
The Courtyards is accessible through two main thoroughfares. From the west, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway leads to Daang Hari and Jose Abad Santos, and from the east, South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)-Alabang exit, leads to Daang Hari. Soon, by the second quarter of 2015, the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway from SLEX will be opened.
This SLEX exit shall connect SLEX and Daang Hari, offering a more convenient route to The Courtyards.
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