Cresendo is the new downtown on the rise in Tarlac — connecting lives, creating business and work opportunities, and fostering a strong community spirit in a sustainable estate development.
The 32-hectare Cresendo Industrial Park is expected to heighten business in Tarlac through light-to-medium, non-polluting industries. Its location is connected to other key cities and economic hubs.
New Downtown On The Rise
The estate will create a masterplanned community that builds on many local components resembling a new población or bayan. Cresendo will have a 30-hectare urban core where the community can converge. It will include the 1.5 hectare Cresendo Town Plaza, hospital, school and market or retail area, and church.
The new downtown of Tarlac will be a modern local community. It will build towards a balanced and fulfilling life through quality living —-Connecting lives, creating business and work opportunities, fostering a strong community spirit in a sustainable estate development.
Explore Life in Cresendo
Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) is investing P18 billion to develop a 290-hectare in Tarlac, the property developer’s 29th estate so far. The estate is suitably dubbed Cresendo as a destination is the new downtown on the rise in Tarlac, promoting employment, education, enterprise, and a balanced way of life.
Cresendo will feature a 1.5-km. long green parkway with dedicated pedestrian lanes and bike lanes will seamlessly connect the estate’s active to more quiet zones. Roads will be lined with trees endemic to the area.
Located just past the Hacienda Luisita exit of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and MacArthur Highway. It will be accessible through the Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway (TPLEX) and SCTEX.
AYALA LAND, Inc. (ALI) is investing P18 billion to build a 290-hectare estate in Tarlac City. The real estate arm...
Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is moving further north with the launch of a 290-hectare integrated mixed-use estate estate in Tarlac...
Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) launched last week a new mixed-use estate north of Metro Manila, a 290-hectare property in Tarlac...