Balintawak’s transformation is a story for the books. From being a vital entry point of revolutionary troops during the Spanish occupation, the district has grown into a hub for fresh produce and commodities, and, today, an area poised to become the next destination for retail, leisure, and lifestyle options.
Standing at one of Metro Manila’s primary transport convergence points, linking EDSA, A. Bonifacio, and North Luzon Expressway, Balintawak is considered the gateway of the capital in the north and at the center of this land, emerges Cloverleaf Balintawak — an 11-hectare mixed-use estate.
Cloverleaf Balintawak will be the new face of the Metro’s gateway, exuding a vibrant commercial atmosphere to host communities in search of fresh opportunities. This new landmark project is delivered by Ayala Land Inc., a developer of master-planned, mixed-use and sustainable communities.
Ayala Land brings in residential brands Avida and Alveo to serve as the focal points in Cloverleaf’s blueprint. With more than 2,000 units available for Alveo and Cloverleaf Avida Towers, the expanse of land will build a community whose needs are all within reach.
A trail of lush space will be carved for Cloverleaf’s rising residences, leading to a regional mall that will offer shopping, dining, entertainment, and leisure experiences by 2017.
The flagship development of the Ayala Group’s own hospital business, 250-bed QualiMed hospital, is also integrated in this development to ensure the health of its communities. The facility offers future residents top notch expertise in the fields of cancer treatment and cardiology.
By 2021, Cloverleaf residents can ride the LRT-1 to pass through Quezon City, Manila, and Pasay cities and reach the train’s new stops in Mega Manila and Cavite. Those taking the nearby A. Bonifacio route will also enjoy express rides from North Luzon Expressway or to the South Luzon Expressway to cities like Lucena that are now being connected to the transportation radius.
With the completion of the Skyway Connector road in the next few years, Cloverleaf Balintawak will be at the doorway of key cities in Metro Manila and of nearby provinces in Northern and Southern Luzon. Makati will be an estimated 10-minute drive, while the NAIA will be 15 minutes away.