Avida unveils its newest showroom in the Manila Bay Area
The ‘minimalism’ design concept is nothing new. In fact, it’s been a way of life for many. The Japanese and Scandinavian folks, for example, have perfected the right balance that works for them. Over time, certain influences married into this core discipline, and new terms came up, which, in general, can still be a nod to the original design.
Take Avida Land’s latest showroom in the Manila Bay Area, which was recently unveiled in the presence of the press. As how Bing Gumboc, Avida’s Vice President for Sales and Marketing described it, “this newest showroom gives our home seekers a peek into the kind of lifestyle that Avida have curated to suit their needs. It’s intimate, inspiring,” she said. Indeed, a tour around the 22 sqm. the showroom showed the guests a place that’s functional, unpretentious, and fully maximized. No frills, yet very much a comely and inviting.
Called “Japandi” by the company’s official interior design partner for the Manila Bay Showroom, M Contemporary Interior Concept Corp., this design approach takes inspiration from Japan’s minimalism marrying the Scandi functionality aspect to maximize spaces and the well-selected furniture to be used in one’s home. The result is a clean and sophisticated space with sleek lines—a relaxing refuge for the tired soul after a long day at work. If you’re one who longs for something like this, the design is being offered by Avida to its home buyers as an option.
“The showroom being inside the Ayala Malls makes it easier for prospective home buyers and investors to learn more about Avida projects and be assisted by their property specialists,” Gumboc shares.
This concept that perfectly captures both aesthetic and functionality be it houses, condominiums, or corporate offices and integrated mixed-use developments is, of course, part of the company’s continuing legacy of creating opportunities for Filipinos to thrive as will be seen from their newest projects: Centralis Towers on Taft Avenue in Pasay City and Patio Madrigal on Roxas Boulevard, Manila.
The company which is soon to celebrate its 32nd anniversary in October now has a growing portfolio of 100 projects in 25 prime locations. The latest of which is Centralis Towers, a 3,380 sqm., one-tower high-rise development featuring 5 podium levels and 27 residential floors with 1,111 units. It is primed to be a modern urban living hub for discerning but value-conscious professionals, aspirational young families, empty nesters, and savvy investors.
Located on the Pasay City section of Taft Avenue, it will offer its residents close proximity to the three dynamic cities of Pasay, Makati, and Manila, with lifestyle necessities within easy access.
“Considering its thoughtfully designed units (Studio, Jr. 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom, and 2 Bedroom Unit Types) and sensible amenities, Centralis Towers is a place where residents can focus on what’s essential and a location that inspires a live-work-play lifestyle,” Regie Alabe, Avida Land’s Business Area Head of Metro South, said during the launch of the showroom.
Another new project to rise is Patio Madrigal, a two-tower mid-rise development, which is a joint partnership with the Madrigal family, who originally owns the land. Patio Madrigal sits on 6,222.50 sqm. land and consists of 4 podium levels and 14 residential floors, with 595 units in Tower 1 alone. Patio Madrigal is also the first Ayala and Avida project in the Roxas Boulevard area.
The midrise condo’s three-level retail spaces for commercial and office use will complement select amenities in redefining residents’ lifestyles, needs, and preferences– premium leverage being that it offers the much-sought-after Ayala Land lifestyle in a traditionally coveted address.
Home-seekers can choose from well-designed Studio, Jr. 1 Bedroom, and 1 Bedroom units, all offering just the right accommodations for business owners, young professionals, wise investors, OFW returnees, and retirees. Most of the units in the development come with their own balcony, providing an “extension” of the residents’ living space—one from which they can view the famed Manila Bay sunset or the bustling metropolis’ skyline.
“Since the projects’ launch, value appreciation of these two projects has surged. Centralis Towers is 22 percent sold while 29 percent of Patio Madrigal has been sold and reserved. To date, investment in Centralis Towers starts at P5.9 million while investment in Patio Madrigal starts at P7.9 million,” Alabe said.
Avida’s Manila Bay Showroom is located on the second floor, Filipino Village of the Ayala Malls Manila Bay. It is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays through Sundays.
Avida Land Corp. is the mid-income market residential brand of Ayala Land, the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates offering a diverse mix of properties such as residential, retail, office, hotels, and leisure developments that support local economic growth and nation-building. For more information on Avida Land and all its projects nationwide, visit their website www.avidaland.com, like and follow @AvidaLandPH on Facebook and Instagram, and @avidaofficial on YouTube.