Ayala Land has launched its newest master-planned, mixed-use estate Vermosa, a 700-hectare project in Imus, Cavite it described as the “next” Ayala Alabang.
In a statement, ALI said Vermosa encourages walking and physical activities by integrating features that promote healthy and active living in its residential, business and commercial developments.
The estate is on Daang Hari road, only 12 kilometers south of Ayala Alabang, and aims to be an epicenter of diverse sports and lifestyle pursuits, said Jay Teodoro, Ayala Land senior division manager and Vermosa Estate head. “It is also less than an hour’s drive away from Makati and other major urban centers, making Vermosa a very viable first home community.”
The Vermosa Sports and Lifestyle Complex has the only International Association of Athletics Federations-certified track oval in the Philippines, a FINA-certified Olympic-size swimming pool and a sports science laboratory.
The sports science laboratory studies how the human body can improve performance in intensive sports activities and exercises and gives training programs and physiological services.
It also promises a holistic approach to fitness and health through programs managed by Optimum Sports―a group of coaches and trainers led by Marc Velasco who have trained athletes for international competitions.
A sports-themed shopping center housing organic and farmers markets, sports and hobby shops, sports bars, spas and health stores will also be built.
Lush greenery will freshen office solutions, retail boutiques, entertainment complexes, institutional centers, integrated bike and pedestrian lanes, and open, interactive spaces for future communities such as The Courtyard by Ayala Land Premier and Alveo’s Ardia. The more affor-dable Avida will be launched in the first quarter of 2017.
Upon full build-out, Vermosa will house more than 30,000 residents who will enjoy pedestrian-centric walking paths, dedicated bike lanes and a landscaped linear park stretching as far as 10 kilometers over the entire estate. The commercial center can be reached via a 10-minute walk or bike ride from any point in the estate.
Vermosa will have two central business districts covering more than 100 hectares. The low-density, campus-type Vermosa Midtown will have various retail and commercial establishments including an Ayala Mall regional shopping center that will open in early 2018. De La Salle Santiago Zobel School will also open its second campus in Vermosa Midtown next year.
The second phase will feature a full-blown CBD that will be developed over the long term.
For information visit the official Facebook page, @Vermosaph or www.vermosa.ph.