Alviera – 1,100-hectare masterplanned community in Porac, Pampanga
Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI), together with Leonio Land, is exploring new geography through Alviera in Porac, Pampanga. With an estimated investment of P75 billion over its project life, Alviera, a 1,100-hectare masterplanned community, is envisioned to become the focused growth center of Central Luzon, a new hub for business and leisure in the region that will potentially drive national growth.
The first phase of Alviera, which will be launched this September, is comprised of the Alviera Industrial Park, three residential communities, two educational institutions, and the Alviera Country Club, which are all set for completion within two to five years and will involve a total investment of P8 billion.
Alviera Industrial Park (PEZA Registered)
The Alviera Industrial Park is a PEZA-registered development covering 30 hectares and catering to non-polluting light industries. For phase one, 16 industrial lots at 1 to 1.5 hectares in size will be for sale. The industrial park will also include standard-factory buildings in customizable sizes for lease. Local manufacturers with export products have already shown interest. Korean and Taiwanese manufacturers are also being attracted as locators.
Three ALI Residential Brands
A wide range of residential options will also be offered in Alviera. The estate will showcase three ALI residential brands. Ayala Land Premier will create a new Forbes Park in Pampanga with 1,000 sqm lot cuts; Alveo Land will cater to the upwardly mobile young families with lots right beside a school, and Avida Land will offer highly affordable house and lot packages. More than 1,500 residential units will be developed for Phase One.
Educational facilities are also major components of Alviera as it will have two key schools within the community. First is Pampanga’s largest university, Holy Angel University (HAU) that will serve all educational levels and will have more generous open spaces and sports facilities. HAU will be operational within seven years. Miriam College, located in Quezon City and recently in Nuvali, is set to have full coverage of Luzon with its third location in Alviera. The school will explore differentiated college offerings with special focus in the creative fields for its new campus.
Alviera Country Club
Alviera Country Club will be established to bring the community together. The first facility of its kind in the province, it is envisioned to become the luxury destination in the region built over a 6-hectare parcel as designed by the award-winning Leandro V. Locsin Partners, Architects. It will offer a complete line of facilities for sports, games, relaxation, meetings and events plus three specialty restaurants. The club will start selling shares by October 2014 and will be operational by 2016.
To get to Alviera is very simple as the development is easily accessible via NLEX and SCTEX. The property is only five minutes from Clark, 25 minutes from Angeles, and 45 minutes from the Subic Freeport. It is only an hour and a half away from TriNoma in Quezon City. Upon completion of the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX), Alviera will be two hours away from La Union and 2.5 hours away from Baguio, which makes it accessible to Northern Luzon. Furthermore, being near to both an airport and seaport also opens it to local and international growth opportunities.