Celebrating its 25th year of building communities, AboitizLand continues to expand with the launch of Ajoya in Pampanga, a mid-market residential development and is AboitizLand’s fifth residential development in Luzon.
“With our solid credentials in Cebu for the past 25 years, we’re in a position to continue our Luzon expansion which started a few years ago,” says David Rafael, AboitizLand President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud to aggressively roll out our expansion plans to elevate the lifestyle of more Filipino families in emerging cities.”Read More
Coming on the heels of the highly successful launch of Ajoya in Nueva Ecija and Tarlac last year, Ajoya Pampanga spans 17 hectares and features a town plaza, clubhouse, multi-purpose hall, swimming pool, and generous pocket parks and greenbelts designed to foster interactions with neighbors.
“We take pride in being proponents of modern Filipino architecture,” adds Rafa de Mesa, AboitizLand’s First Vice President of Operations. “We show this by incorporating classic Filipino elements to contemporary house designs.” Ajoya’s homes are inspired by the Filipino bahay na bato, but given a modern twist.
We take pride in being proponents of modern Filipino architecture. We show this by incorporating classic Filipino elements to contemporary house designs.
Located in Barangay Eden, Mexico—less than a two-hour drive from Metro Manila and easily accessible via the North Luzon Expressway—Ajoya Pampanga is near the burgeoning economic hub New Clark City and key businesses and conveniences. Its proximity to the capital, strategic location, coupled with its amenities and masterplan, makes it an excellent place to settle in and build a young family.
Ajoya Pampanga property prices range from P2.5.M to P4.2M. For inquiries, visit http://aboitizland.com.
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