Monday, April 27, 2009

NUVALI Grand Launch

Yesterday was the grand launch of NUVALI, the 1700 hectare property of the Yulo family that is being developed by Ayala Land Inc. They have a wonderful vision of making NUVALI a business, commercial and residential community that promotes green and healthy living where nature and technology meet.


A popular concept in the vicinity of Santa Rosa, Laguna is turning land into water - not by magic, but by engineering intervention to convert a piece of land into a man-made lake. Pramana Residential Park has a man-made lake. South Lake Village in Lucio Tan's Eton City also has a man-made lake with man-made islands where the houses are to be built. Cool. This is like what they have in Dubai. NUVALI also has a man-made lake and the area surrounding the 4 hectare lake is called the Lakeside Evozone - this is a PEZA zone so locators can enjoy the benefits of being in a PEZA zone. In the future, more buildings, shops and a central business district will be located here.


There are taxi boats that can be used to traverse the lake from one end to the other. The upper left end of the lake in the miniature model below is where One Evotech is located. By the way, Convergys is located in that building and they are now hiring. The Evoliving Center is in the other end of the lake.


This is us waiting at one of the taxi boat dock near One Evotech.


On our way!!!



Welcome to the Evoliving Center


One of the halls in the Evoliving Center explains the concept used by NUVALI to marry people, family, business, technology, health and nature to form what they call the evolved community of the future.


This explains how NUVALI uses two kinds of water as part of its water conservation effort - one kind of water for your plants and to wash your cars and stuffs, another kind of water for bathing, drinking, cooking and washing the dishes.


The miniature sailboat competition was just about to start when we got there.



One Evotech building as seen from the Evoliving Center.


Next was lunch in Treveia NUVALI exhibit hall where lunch was served by Conti's Pastry Shop and Restaurant.


This miniature model shows Treveia NUVALI on the lower part and Avida Settings NUVALI on the upper part. NUVALI is also the home to Ayala Land Premiere's high end residential developments Abrio and Montecito.


After lunch we went to the actual site of Treveia which is a 5 minute drive from the Evoliving Center. This is how the gate of Treveia looks like now.


The perimeter fence of Treveia is uniquely called the green perimeter fence. You know why?


It is made of alternate squares of concrete wall and squares of plastic plant boxes that gives life to the fence making it somewhat alive. Well, talking about being one with nature.


Treveia view of Tagaytay Highlands Peak (highest point on the left) and People's Park in the Sky (highest point on the right).


If you are interested in buying a residential property in Treveia NUVALI or Pramana Residential Park in Greenfield City, I can help. Text me at 09209137107.


Domino in Nuvali said...

Also went to Nuvali and notices that its a green place! Like the ambiance in that place, like your one with nature..

Anonymous said...

i love to go ther but i want to know how can i get there from alabang. hope you cud answer.

Hermie said...

Commute: Go to Festival Mall in Alabang and find the terminal for jeepneys or vans heading to Balibago, Santa Rosa, Laguna. Take a ride up to Balibago Complex. Then there are tricycles there that can take you to Laguna Technopark and NUVALI.

Private vehicle: From Alabang, enter SLEX then exit at Carmona. After the toll gate, turn right and just go straight. You will pass by Coke Plant, Toyota, Laguna Bel Air, Paseo de Santa Rosa then finally NUVALI.

Kirstz said...

I want to experience that taxi boat. Wish I can visit the place soon. Thanks for the info! :)

Dimple Santiago
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