Evia : A DiverseCity
Transcending the typical standards of a master planned metropolis, Vista Land takes on the challenge of building a modern city that is just grand in its subtlety and quite inspiring in its vision and ingenuity.
Set in over 600 hectares of prime land across Metro Manila and Cavite, lies a realization of a vision. A vision to gather the best of the world and set it amidst verdant spaces, where seeming opposites, not only attract but complement each other, where diverse influences create a city brimming with life and variety. This is the vision of DiverseCity, and where it is all realized is only at EVIA.
Evia is home to a range of newly built residential estates and growing commercial hubs in the area. From high-end, European inspired Portofino by Brittany, to mid-range Ponticelli by Crown Asia, and affordable Camella Cerritos, the opportunity of home ownership in a master-planned urban setting is open and accessible to various lifestyle choices. The upscale amenity offerings, as well as convenient shopping experiences come into play, creating more value for residential, commercial, and mixed-use land development.
A triumph in city planning innovation, DiverseCity is the philosophy behind EVIA’s masterplan. A new way of seeing community development, where the common homogenous approach is eschewed, EVIA consciously integrates diverse influences to its development, so its population can have diverse experiences so they continue to thrive as they grow, innovate and progress.
The MASTERPLAN : Based on Integrated Living
The culmination of city-level master planning integrates three urban areas: Evia’s uptown area will have low density residential neighborhoods, open-air retail, commercial gateways, brand outlet shopping, and civic and commercial nodes. Nature parks, trails, and open green corridors will intersect with sports and club facilities, places for worship that combine history and contemplation, designated office blocks and BPO centers, high density mixed-use town centers, and integrated transportation systems that span out at the midtown activity hub. The downtown knowledge base will contain university partnership that focuses on today’s sought after careers, R&D facility, hospitals and medical campus, as well as low density communities.
For VistaLand, leading the transformation in the south has led to many places but none
more impressive than Evia.
It traverses and interconnects four major destinations south of Manila. Evia can be easily reached via Alabang in Muntinlupa City which links to the eastern part of Las Piñas City, connecting the neighboring towns of Bacoor in Cavite and San Pedro in Laguna. This allows residents and commuters easy accessibility via South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) to Makati, Ortigas, and Quezon City, from Molino/Aguinaldo Highway to Tagaytay, and from the Coastal Road along Manila Bay to the heart of Manila, Caloocan, and Bulacan. An additional planned direct access from an exit from SLEX is also underway.