Ayala Land’s first pocket urban development in the Balintawak area is a milestone worth celebrating. It opens a new chapter in the rich history of Balintawak, where the Philippine revolution started in the late 1800s, and became a center for commerce in the century that followed.
Cloverleaf, a secure, organized, and well-planned community stands amidst the bustle of the city. A compact mixed-used township, the development consists of residential towers as well as shopping, dining, and healthcare establishments, all organized in a way to support the urban lifestyle. Cloverleaf is easily accessible to and from the rest of Metro Manila, through nearby major thoroughfares and surrounding public transportation.
The location of this compact mixed-use township is strategic: Cloverleaf is accessible from two gateways, EDSA and A. Bonifacio Avenue, both linked by a landscape promenade. It is connected to the LRT Balintawak station, and is also 20 minutes away from Makati via Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3.
The mix of commercial spaces at Ayala Malls Cloverleaf means new shopping, dining, and entertainment concepts to discover. Imagine living in close proximity to a four-storey retail space where you can do practically everything you need to do: buy your groceries, watch the latest movies, shop local and foreign fashion brands, and dine at the hottest fast food joints and restaurants. Office complexes add to the key components of this urban enclave.
At the heart of Cloverleaf are two residential towers: Alveo and Avida Towers Cloverleaf, both offering a wide range of living spaces from studio to three-bedroom units. Amenities include a pedestrian park as well as green open spaces with outdoor seating, adding to the signature sustainability features of all master-planned Ayala developments.
As Cloverleaf becomes the gateway from northern Luzon to Metro Manila, the skyline of Quezon City is set to change. A new wave of development is indeed coming to this side of the metro, thanks to this refreshing urban community.