This integrated self-supporting eco-city is home to a vast gathering of residential communities, business spaces including the LEED silver certified NUVALI One Evotech, prestigious schools, shopping centers, and the 150-room Seda Hotel. As a veritable stomping ground for outdoor adventure enthusiasts, NUVALI offers nature amenities such as its 35-kilometer mountain bike trail, a multi-functional lake, hiking paths, a wildlife and bird sanctuary, and Camp N teambuilding and camping grounds.
Business and lifestyle centers, recreational venues, and other living essentials flourish in a vibrant environment with over 51, 986 trees, 86% of which are native species, and even more to be planted in the future. NUVALI unlocks the potential for both future and existing communities in the burgeoning Southern Luzon corridor imbued with a three-fold vision: harmony, diversity, and sustainability.
NUVALI is the country’s first and largest eco-city development, built on the principles of sustainable design. A project of Ayala Land, NUVALI is a 2,400-hectare mixed-use development that straddles the cities of Sta. Rosa, Cabuyao and Calamba in Laguna.