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Ayala Land breaks ground for new Bacolod development

by Jillian CariolaPublished: March 27, 2015Updated: March 27, 2015

An Amaia Steps residential condo was launched as the first residential component of the mixed-use development

From left: Amaia Land President Ricky Celis; Ayala Land Vice President Jun Bisnar; Ayala Land Senior Vice President Emilio Tumbocon; Bacolod City Mayor Hon. Monico Puentevella; Negros Occidental Governor Hon. Alfredo Marañon, Jr.; MDC President Dan Abando; Ayala Land Vice President and Head of Operations and Support Services of Commercial Business Group Rowena Tomeldan; and Ayala Land Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Ayala Land Hotels and Resorts Corporation Al Legaspi.


Ayala Land recently broke ground for Capitol Central, a mixed-use development that will soon rise in Bacolod City. Covering 9 hectares of land, the real estate giant envisions the development to be the ‘growth center of the province’.

“We are truly excited to bring Ayala Land’s expertise in developing communities to Bacolod,” Ayala Land president and CEO Bobby Dy said. “Bacolod is a key development area and a city facing rapid growth, and we are privileged to have been given the opportunity to work with the provincial and city government as partners in progress.”

First in line to be launched in the development is Amaia Steps Capitol Central, a mid-rise residential condo. Composed of 9 levels and a total of 288 units in the North Building, the project is located along San Juan Street in Barangay 8. Amaia Steps Capitol Central will have a courtyard, swimming pools, a children’s play area, landscaped gardens, and a jogging path. The condo will also be home to several retail shops.

According to Ayala Land, Amaia Steps Capitol Central will soon be followed by retail, hotel, and office components.

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