history - 1800’s


Ayala Land lives up to a distinguished legacy. With roots tracing back to 1834, Ayala Land’s legacy was built on the vision of its founders and through the generations of leaders who recognized unique opportunities for transformation.

history - 1940’s


Ayala y Compania unveils the Ayala Master Plan, a 25-year urban development program for Makati. Forbes Park, the first high-end subdivision of its kind in the century is opened to the public.

history - 1950’s – 1960

1950’s – 1960

Ayala Land saw the potential in a large, undeveloped tract of land known as Hacienda Makati.

history - 1960 – 1970

1960 – 1970

Ayala Land then created a unique, master planned development, which has now evolved into the country’s premier business and financial district (MAKATI)

history - 1970 – 1980

1970 – 1980

From an old mango orchard, Ayala Land saw a community that answers the need for quality homes in a suburban setting, giving rise to the Ayala Alabang Village, Alabang Town Center, and the Madrigal Business Park.

history - 1980 – 1990

1980 – 1990

Recognizing the possibilities in the Visayas and Mindanao regions, Ayala Land, through its subsidiary, Cebu Holdings, transformed a golf course into the first business district in the Southern Philippines, the Cebu Business Park followed by the Asiatown IT Park.

history - 1990 – 2000

1990 – 2000

Guided by a commitment to pioneer the future, Ayala Land begins to develop large-scale, master planned, fully-integrated and sustainable developments.

history - 2000 – 2010

2000 – 2010

Ayala Land, together with partner Evergreen Holdings, invested and revitalized Fort Bonifacio, a former military base, creating Bonifacio Global City, with its ideal balance of live, work and play. 

Realizing the changing needs of its customers and its responsibility to future generations, Ayala Land turned a sugar plantation into NUVALI, a fully-integrated, mixed-use development, which has become its model for sustainable community

history - 2010


Ayala Land sees sustained growth by tapping new markets in real estate, providing quality homes for lower-income segments with Amaia Land and Bellavita Land. Ayala Land also continues to grow its retail, and office spaces, and the launch of Seda hotels, the first all-Filipino hotel chain for the urban traveler. New business such as QualiMed, Family Mart, and Well worth continue to enhance the sustainable communities that underpin Ayala Land’s operations as it enters new growth centers.