The P15 Billion Atria Park District will soon rise in Iloilo City as Ayala Land set the groundbreaking of the mixed-use community this Monday, October 7.
Atria Park District is a 21-hectare distinct development concept that integrates residential, retail and business clusters as well as health care and educational institutions.
It will include the residential development of Avida Land Corporation (an Ayala Land subsidiary), parks and landscaped areas, commercial and office establishments, an Ayala hotel, and institutional areas including UPMC Iloilo, a modern health care facility. From its construction to operation, Atria Park District is projected to generate close to 10,000 jobs.
The mixed-use community is very accessible to the BPO offices of the Iloilo-AyalaLand TechnoHub, schools (Ateneo de Iloilo and UP Visayas), churches (Molo Church and Victory Christian Fellowship), hospitals (The Medical City, Iloilo Doctors Hospital, and Medicus), the entertainment strip of Smallville, and hotels (Smallville 21 Hotel, Westown Hotel, and Iloilo Business Hotel).
“Atria Park District represents our largest investment here in Iloilo with more developments expected over its 10-year construction plan. We take pride in bringing a complete live-work-play experience for the Ilonggos in a sustainable community,” said Ayala Land, Inc. President and CEO Antonino T. Aquino.
The park district includes the residential condominiums Avida Storeys Atria and Avida Towers Atria which has a total of 509 units. Both buildings are scheduled to break ground on the third quarter of 2013, with turnover expected by the third quarter of 2016.
Atria promotes the live-work-play experience with its central amenities, a neighborhood center with an integrated retail strip, a promenade and a spacious landscaped plaza to further heighten the Atria community experience. Aptly derived from the word Atrium, Atria will serve as a respite from the bustling city life with approximately 53% of its area dedicated to amenities, open spaces and landscaped greeneries.
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