Ayala Land Inc. gives statement on the Ayala Triangle Gardens photo
The corporation promises to leave "a significant amount of green spaces" open to the public.
(SPOT.ph) Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) has sent its response to an article published on SPOT.ph on August 12 lamenting the state of the Ayala Triangle Gardens, which is currently undergoing development. The story was based on a photo posted on Facebook by Ninfa Bito, who took the aerial shot on August 8.
In an email from Mitch Hernandez-Suarez of ALI’s Corporate Marketing and Sales Group, the corporation says the development is being undertaken “to make Ayala Triangle Gardens an even more enjoyable place for everyone,” and that it is “committed to keeping at least 60% of Ayala Triangle as open to the public with significant amount of green spaces.” As for the trees, they added, 100% are being retained: 60% within the gardens, and 40% within Circuit Makati.
The following photo and infographics were attached to ALI's statement:
Ayala Triangle Gardens was featured in SPOT.ph's 10 Manila Parks to Visit.