Altaraza, Ayala Land’s estate development in Bulacan, played host to a record-breaking and momentous milestone for the City of San Jose Del Monte and the Philippines. The city successfully made it to the Guinness World Records for mounting the longest lantern parade attended by over 14,000 city residents and students who walked 1.8 KM from Colinas Verdes to Ayala Land’s Altaraza Town Center. The celebration was also part of the city’s annual Tanglawan Festival.
Altaraza Town Center is Ayala Land’s first sustainable estate in Bulacan. Close to 100 hectares and a first of its kind for the province, Altaraza features a diverse mix of quality residential, institutional and commercial developments envisioned to fuel local economic growth and thrive as a regional growth center of Northern Luzon.
“When Ayala Land invests in a new development, we look at the growth potential in a locality in terms of the land, the people and a partnership with the local government to create a sustainable estate. We were happy to see this in San Jose Del Monte where Ayala Land’s Altaraza finds its home,” says Mr. Bobby Dy, Ayala Land President and CEO. “We make sure that our projects, such as Altaraza, are well-planned mixed-use developments that enhance the quality of life of the community creating economic activity from offices, residential enclaves and institutional establishments”
The estate is set to turnover ten (10) commercial lots, and over 200 residential units of Avida and Amaia. QualiMed Hospital, which opened in 2016 continuously provides affordable and quality healthcare to the community.