ARCA South transforms a portion of the former Food Terminal Inc. (FTI) into a 74-hectare integrated mixed-use development that includes prominent residential blocks right next to a bustling office and commercial area. Linked by an expanse of green space and thoroughfares, the development creates a balance between highly urban design with lush landscapes.
It blends prime accessibility, residential communities, innovative work spaces and diverse lifestyle destinations:
It is home to three of Ayala Land’s residential brands—Ayala Land Premier, Alveo, and Avida. ARCA South is where low-density, mid-rise condominiums are seamlessly connected to retail areas and open spaces. Residences are scaled to nurture connections with 60% of the district surrounded in greenery, interspersed with refreshing streetscapes, pathways, and multi-use public spaces.
ARCA South will also see the rise of nine corporate towers; a 200-room Seda Hotel, and QualiMed. Lights, water, power, and security management are in sync with the needs of the community.
Lifestyle destinations also emerge in ARCA South as this creates endless possibilities for people to enrich their leisure time. The work-life balance is easily integrated with offices stacked on top of an Ayala Mall with retail and dining options. Traveling businessmen and residents alike can also stay at the Seda Hotel, which provides an innovative hospitality experience to guests.
Finally, ARCA South is connected to pivotal destinations in the south with the government’s major infrastructure development, where thousands of public transport from Laguna, Batangas, Quezon, and Bicol bring 200,000 mobile commuters via the Skyway and C5/C6 access ramps.
Erik jermaine Ducusin