‘Pocket greenspace’ to rise north of Metro Manila
The Junction Place is located in Novaliches, on the western side of the city. The location is a mix of homes, schools, markets, retail, and hospitals with about 15% of the city’s population either live or work there. “We’re creating a comfortable and refreshing new neighborhood that will connect people to other hubs in Quezon City and beyond,” said Stephen Comia, ALI estate head.. The Junction Place is planned to ease some of the urban congestion in the area. Through the creation of a road between Quirino Highway and Tandang Sora Avenue, the connection will provide an alternative access for motorists, and will cut travel time between the two roads. Transport hub The project will have its own transport hub to link Novaliches to other key hubs across QC and Manila, including Trinoma, Balintawak and Blumentritt. The district will also benefit from the upcoming Mega Manila Subway project, as planned stations in Quirino Highway and Tandang Sora Avenue will be less than a kilometer away from this new development. The Junction Place will feature residential, commercial and recreational elements that fit the needs of the nearby communities. The estate development will be anchored by an Amaia Land residential development.
Built on the concept of social interaction The development will soon welcome a 5,000 sqm WalterMart, that is set to bring its anchor tenants like WalterMart Supermarket, W Department Store, Abenson, Homeplus, food choices, and service outlets.