Ayala Land Premier's 1016 Residences project in Cebu City offers 'country club living'
Cebu's standing as one of the best places in Asia was affirmed last year by an article in the international magazine Travel + Leisure, placing it third in a list of the best islands in the region.
But Cebu is more than just a world-class tourist destination -- it is also proving to be one of the most desirable places to live in. Cebu City, in particular, has long been an economic and cultural hub, a cosmopolitan center that retains a great deal of character and charm.
Its centerpiece is the Cebu Business Park, started in the 1980s and developed over the years by Cebu Holdings and Ayala Land the latter being credited primarily for transforming Makati City, into the premier business district it is today. Cebu's commercial development became more tangible with the rise of Ayala Center Cebu where the latest surge in development was rounded off with the launch of 1016 Residences from Ayala Land Premier.
Benchmark for Living
The integrated mix use story is located near Ayala Center Cebu, and directly adjacent to the City Sports Club Cebu, where it promises a unique living concept that centers on "live-work-play." The development itself will be the benchmark for residential condominiums in its class, leveraging on its prime location in the premier business and lifestyle hub of Cebu.
Promising "Country Club Living in Cebu's Address of Choice," among the unique benefits that 1016 Residences will offer its residents is its connection with the City Sports Club Cebu: residents will enjoy usage rights to the club, and will be able to have full access to all the country club amenities. The building itself will be connected to CSCC through a landscaped walkway.
With a vision that is set to transform Cebu's urban landscape, 1016 Residences takes its place as the seat of luxury in the city. Anchored on a concept that brings together years of industry experience and an understanding of what the market wants, it will indeed set the benchmark for residential living in the Quezon City of the South.
19 October 2011