The Cloverleaf Effect: Opening Doors to the North

Ayala's Cloverleaf Estate is flourishing as an efficient mixed-use community in the north—find out what it's like to call this pocket urban oasis home!

Efficiency and greenery. We want both in our public spaces, but very few developers can offer the two in just the right balance.

When Ayala Land was conceptualizing its new Cloverleaf estate in Balintawak, they envisioned a harmonious blend of both attributes in one property: a green and efficient mixed-use community, built near a convenient transit convergence point to the north.

Since its launch in 2014, Cloverleaf has also had a noticeably positive effect on Quezon City’s western block—including historic Balintawak. As it nears completion, we can expect great things to come from this exciting new urban development.

Expanded, efficient work+play areas

From Cloverleaf, the work+play lifestyle has never been so centrally-located – or so feature-packed. Its 11 hectares of mixed-use spaces include a mall, and a variety of dining and shopping options.

Standing in its midst is the three-tower Avida Towers Cloverleaf, with Tower 2 slated for completion by 2024; and additional buildings for office developments as part of its plan to transform an old textile mill that once dominated the property.

Avida Towers Cloverleaf residents can choose from units with studio, junior one-bedroom, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts. Beyond their living quarters, they’ll enjoy the use of a clubhouse, swimming pool and children’s pool, children’s play area, indoor gym, landscaped spaces, and serenity gardens.

Just a crossing away, Avida Towers Cloverleaf residents can enjoy Ayala Malls Cloverleaf’s four levels of dining, shopping and other leisure activities. With its spacious events center, Ayala Malls Cloverleaf is all set to become the neighborhood’s most accessible sale, concert and entertainment venue.

Sustainable living in the city

Green building features are baked into the Avida Towers Cloverleaf structural design. Tower 2’s low-emission glass windows are designed to reflect heat efficiently, ensuring comfortably warm (not hot) condo interiors and lower air conditioning costs.

Tower 2 also has a built-in rainwater harvesting facility. Collected rainwater will be used for watering the landscaping and foliage that makes the Cloverleaf’s open areas feel like a refreshing urban oasis.

Balintawak LRT Station. Public Domain.

New transit networks

Did you know that it will be possible to get to Makati in 20 minutes from Balintawak? Cloverleaf is centrally-situated at a critical transport node in the city: it’s 200 m away from the Skyway Stage 3 project, connected to the LRT Balintawak station, and is positioned along EDSA for easy bus or taxi access.

These transportation options not only benefit Cloverleaf residents, but also commuters traveling along congested routes. These developments make it easier and faster to travel in and out of Metro Manila to neighboring cities in North and South Luzon.

A gateway to the north

With Avida Towers Cloverleaf’s proximity to the Northern Luzon Expressway (NLEX), going to and through the north has been made easier than ever.

Access from Cloverleaf to the Philippine Arena and southern Bulacan has been made even easier with the recently opened Tambubong Interchange in Bocaue. New Clark City can be reached within one and a half hours’ drive, and Baguio within four hours (or even less) via the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx).

Does this sound like home to you? There’s more to Avida Towers Cloverleaf than we’ve just let on: visit avidaland.com and take the first step to a fresh start, living big in a masterplanned Ayala Land estate.