City Council Pushed the Go Button for Ayala Mall
The Ayala Center of Davao posted @ skyscrapercity.com
July 30, 2008
Most followers of the Ayala project is rejoicing right now as the firm’s request for reclassification of the Floirendo owned land into a major commercial zone is granted by the city council. So, this project is on the go. All I can say is happy construction and see you on the opening day!😉
July 26, 2008
The picture above shows a better rendering of the Ayala Center of Davao and I like how it is inserted into the actual photo of J.P. Laurel street as background. By the way, there is a growing concern of the Davao forumers in skyscrapercity.com message boards. The city council was asking the Ayala developers about the required flood control and traffic management plan of the project. The forumers fear that the Ayalas might be discourage of the delayed approval and the requirements given to them (which the forumers think is unnecessary). The city council will decide on these 3 billion pesos worth of investment, the biggest ever in Davao, on July 29 (They better do something sensible or this gem will become pfft).
April 18, 2008
I’d been reading posts from skyscrapercity.com Davao thread about the upcoming construction of the Ayala Center and Robinson malls here in Davao. These projects have always been discussed for quite some time now. But those guys were way ahead on infos that they already have the unofficial rendering of the Ayala Center of Davao. I tell you, its HUGE! Its going to change the face of the Bajada district when its done.
It is located along the curve of J.P. Laurel street in Bajada. It is beside the Durian Hotel. When you pass by in that place you can see the huge idle land there and the street side you’ll see vendors selling pots and plants. They will be relocated somewhere else when these project commence. The land area covered in the project will be more or less 40,000 sqm. Construction will start this June.
The Ayala Center will be having a classy mall which is expected to be completed in 2009 ( thats next year…. weee) and two buildings intended for BPO locaters.
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