The City Center of Quezon City's CBD – Vertis North – An Ayala Land Project
Vertis North is the city center of Quezon City. Uniquely located and masterfully planned, Vertis North unifies the city's resources in an engine of dynamic growth, Vertis North is the nucleus of a uniquely entrepreneurial city.
Vertis North -Ayala Land Project Location Map
The North Triangle property on which Vertis North stands spans 45 hectares of prime land, inclusive of TriNoma. It is a location of unparalleled strategic importance, bound by EDSA, Agham Road, and North Avenue. Masterplanned by Ayala Land in a joint venture with the National Housing Authority
Quezon City's CBD "Ayala VERTIS NORTH" News
P65 billion investment
Ayala Land has been at the forefront of pioneering developments that have emerged as the face of the cities that host them. Today, Ayala Land is bringing this kind of expertise to fore as it breaks ground on Vertis North, a 29-hectare integrated urban development that will rise as Quezon City's newest city center.
Vertis North will converge a broad range of offices, retail, hotel, and residential development with functionality, convenience, accessibility and urban sustainability within a 10-year timeframe.
Vertis North Ayala Land Project Quezon City News
"Quezon City is fast becoming a center of gravity for economic developments as it works to be at par with international business standards," says Antonino T. Aquino, President of Ayala Land Inc. "Ayala Land is investing a total of P65 billion to bring Vertis North into Quezon City to help establish the premier central business district north of Metro Manila."
The launch of Phase 1 of Vertis North—a P12 billion investment by Ayala Land—will mark the development of its office, retail, and hotel components within a 7-hectare land area, and is expecting completion in the next three to four years. This initial phase will put up a total gross floor area of 220,000 square meters, including business process outsourcing (BPO) establishments, hotel, and retail shops, while generating close to 200,000 jobs during its entire development phase, 35,000 of which will be filled during the development stage of Phase 1.