Located in Vertis North, touted to be the first masterplanned business district in Quezon City, Alveo's upscale residential condominium High Park is receiving its second tower only less than a year after the property firm launched the first.
A subsidiary of Ayala Land Inc., Alveo launched High Park in 2014 and reportedly raked in P2.7 billion from sales during the first weekend of priority selling.
"High Park is the first Alveo Land project that has brought a terrestrial park experience to a vertical living experience," said Jennylle Tupaz, Alveo's head of project development.
"From al fresco parkside retail spaces to a lush landscaped amenity deck that bridges both towers, leisure and living thrives within High Park’s interactive environments," said Tupaz. "There are intertwining green spaces within the building design. Tower One has distinct sky gardens every three floors that allow residents to easily access fresh greenery, while Tower Two features a roof deck sky park and sky lounge that offers spectacular views of the surrounding Quezon City greenscapes."
At 49 stories, the second tower comes with 803 units, ranging from studio to three-bedroom, spanning 32 to 123 square meters. Amenities include different function rooms, an indoor gym, outdoor and indoor play areas for kids, a lounge pool, and a kiddie pool.
Located across TriNoma, Vertis North measures some 29 hectares. Construction is slated over the next 10 years, costing 65 billion, and the township will hold a total of 45 towers for offices, a hotel, residential spaces, and retail centers.
"With sustainable solutions at the core of every Ayala Land development, the premier business district of Vertis North will have the two-hectare Vertis Park as its landmark green space, providing fresh environs for its 21st century denizens. Pedestrian-friendly tree-lined streetscapes and integrated bike lanes and paths will help push energy-efficient transport in and around the estate," said Tupaz.