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Monday, October 18, 2021
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Coming home to Avida Village Iloilo, a safe and secure community

GONE are the days when people spend only a short time in their homes.

When the Covid-19 pandemic struck, people turned to their homes as safety zones and since then, the concept of home took a new meaning.

It is no longer considered a retreat from the outside world. In fact, more than just a place to gather, sleep and eat, homes re-emerged as sanctuaries—as safe learning, working and playing spaces.

As more people have been forced to stay indoors under lockdown, the quest to find the right and safe home and community that value spaces, healthy respite and productivity has become more evident as the coronavirus still rages on.

Fortunately, one of the country’s trusted developers Ayala Land Inc., through its subsidiary Avida Land, introduced a safe and secure master-planned community in Iloilo City.

Dubbed "Avida Village Iloilo," this residential community located in Pavia, Iloilo positions itself as yet another piece of investment to mid-income Ilonggo families.

This exclusive residential community, equipped to meet the market demands under the new normal, puts a premium on healthy, holistic and well-balanced lifestyle in a modern-suburban setting.

Outdoor spaces as a new must-have amenity

As it aims to create a healthier and safer zone for families, Avida Land is dedicating open spaces, pocket parks and greeneries inside Avida Village Iloilo to offer a healthy respite to homeowners.

Since the pandemic turned the world upside down, outdoor spaces have become an important amenity, where residents could enjoy outdoor scenery and their own quiet spaces, and breathe fresh air in the comforts of their community.

Having access to open spaces also indulges physical activities such as jogging, biking or walking which are necessary in today’s new environment.

Other outdoor amenities that promote active lifestyle like basketball court, multi-purpose clubhouse, swimming pool and children’s playground, also create an environment where residents can safely gather, socialize, relax or work.

Expansive homes in Phase 2

All of these amenities and more will be enjoyed by the future homeowners of Avida Village Iloilo as it continues to attract investors, startup families and young professionals to become part of its thriving community for its Phase 2 development.

Phase 2 offers bigger lot cuts to address the demand for expansive homes as people want more space to work, learn, exercise and play—at home. Its lot sizes range from 128 square meters to 236 square meters.

Phase 2’s launching in May 2021 came on the heels of the successful turnout of Avida Iloilo Phase 1 which was launched in 2010 and fully sold out in 2018. It offered house and lot units for mid-income startup families.

Owning a property or two in Avida Village Iloilo is a worthy investment as land values in this area have appreciated to P16,800 per square meter from P6,000 per square meter some few years back.

While homes these days have taken on a new perspective, living in a secure and safe community is what truly matters as everyone continues living in the new normal.

To be part of this safe and secure Avida community, one can click this link https://www.avidaland.com/avida-village-iloilo/ to learn more about Avida Land’s residential community in Pavia, Iloilo, Avida Village Iloilo.

Avida Land is a residential brand of Ayala Land, the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates offering a diverse mix of quality residential and commercial developments that support local economic growth. SPONSORED CONTENT


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