Ayala Land’s Cresendo Estate to host McDonald’s first Green & Good Store in Tarlac
L-R: Tarlac City Administrator and Legal Officer Atty. Joselito Castro, McDonald’s Chief Happiness Officer Ronald McDonald, McDonald’s SVP for Business Development Melanie Salazar, Ayala Land Deputy Sr. Estates Development Head for Central Luzon and North Metro Manila Pol Tanco, Ayala Land Estates Development Head for Central Luzon Melanie Eugenio-Triviño and McDonald’s Senior Manager for Real Estate Geoff Clemente
Ayala Land’s (ALI) Cresendo Estate is a master-planned mixed-use development that builds on many local components resembling a new población or bayan infused with modern urban planning solutions and design. Its commercial district is planned to be vibrant and walkable, thoughtfully designed to integrate retail, office, school, residential and civic spaces for a holistic and productive lifestyle.
Cresendo’s pioneering shophouse buildings, will soon host offices and retail establishments complemented with a multi-purpose field and a themed garden.
Other partner locators of the estate development such as Don Bosco Cresendo and MerryMart Grocery are currently being constructed and in full swing. The newest home of the Don Bosco campus is expected to accommodate about 5,000 students at full build. Don Bosco’s technical-vocational education programs and training center aim to equip graduates with technical proficiency and skillsets that will complement the talent requirements of businesses within and around the estate. While MerryMart Grocery is building a full-sized supermarket designed to carry its full line of Grocery, Pharmacy, Personal care and other basic essential products.
“We are proud to welcome and have a McDonald’s flagship Green&Good store in Cresendo. This excites us as the newest branch will be able to cater to the growing communities here in Tarlac and the motorists traversing the bustling Luisita access road. This milestone will further open diverse opportunities for commercial and investment activities, create jobs and overall growth in the province.” said Pol Tanco, Ayala Land Deputy Estate Development Head for Central Luzon and North Metro Manila.