Ayala Land Inc.'s mid-income subsidiary Avida recently rolled out a new development in Cloverleaf, the property giant's upcoming township in the north of Quezon City.
Avida Towers Cloverleaf is a three-tower residential condominium targeted at "millennials, early nesters or start-up families, the Chinese community and residents of Quezon City and Camanava (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas and Valenzuela) who would like to upgrade to new homes," said Caren Rose R. Rosales, business area head of Avida.
Unit types include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom cuts spanning 22 to 57 square meters, with the price range at P2.2 to P6.3 million. Residents will be able to enjoy amenities such as adult and kiddie pools, a clubhouse, function rooms, a play area for kids, an indoor gym, serenity gardens, a view deck, and landscaped green spaces. The township's upcoming Ayala Mall and Qualimed Hospital, both scheduled for completion in 2017, promise to provide lifestyle options and essentials on hand.
Accessibility is also touted as a selling point of the condominium, and of the township in general:
"Its convenience together with connectivity is another come-on. The property is highly accessible to major road networks like EDSA, A. Bonifacio and NLEx," said Rosales. "We have the best combination of public transit and improved vehicular access. This is close to the LRT Balintawak station, and buses, jeepneys and shuttle services abound in the area. We will soon have the Skyway Stage 3 off-ramp nearby."
Cloverleaf is located at the crossroads of EDSA and A. Bonifacio Avenue in Balintawak. At 11 hectares, the P25-billion estate will be home as well to a residential tower by Alveo, Ayala Land's upmarket brand. Roughly 34 percent of the township will consist of residential, while 62 percent is relegated to retail and business developments.