This integrated community located in Muntinlupa city is considered the third largest barangay in its area. Barangay Alabang has a land area of 6.949 square kilometers that incorporates Alabang Town Center, Ayala Alabang Village, El Molito, and Madrigal Business Park.
Its history dates back to 1972 when the Madrigal family put up for sale their 1.6 sq. mile of land and offered it to the Ayala Corporation. Despite this simple offer of purchase, the Ayala Corporation proposed to start a real estate partnership to the Madrigal family through the land. Eventually, the family agreed on the proposal and in 1976, the labor on the land took place and the Ayala Corporation strategically developed the village phase by phase. During this time, the number of buyers were rapidly increasing which resulted in the Phase 1 of the village being available to the public in 1977, just a year after the land was developed.
The area was originally a part of Barangay Alabang at that time which was originally a farming district, but it was officially separated to be an independent barangay and was named “Barangay New Alabang” by Batas Pambansa Bilang 219 which was passed and implemented on March 25, 1982. The Philippine government at that time which was ruled by President Ferdinand E. Marcos appointed Don Enrique Zobel as the first Chairman of Barangay Ayala Alabang.
This is according to the law of Section 3 of Batas Pambansa Bilang 219 that states that the first officials of a newly established barangay shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines. By 1989, the first elected chairman of Ayala Alabang was Vicente Chua.
Moving forward to November 2003, its name was officially changed to “Barangay Ayala Alabang” when the City Government of Muntinlupa conducted a public hearing that announced this.
Currently, Alabang Village now stands on 6.7 square kilometers (2.6 square miles) of land about 18 kilometers (11 miles) south of Makati and about 20 minutes drive on the South Luzon Expressway. The 30% of the land is allotted to necessary amenities such as schools, churches , roads, playgrounds, and parks.
Ayala Alabang Village is also known as the largest private residential village in the south of metro manila. Anyone who has been in this place knows how well the place is developed with its growing number of business, commercial, and residential skyscrapers. It is known for its duality of having a chill, residential-friendly atmosphere while being a hub for fun and lively activities to do. Ayala Alabang is famous for their Alabang Town Center, Festival Mall, Business District, Food Spots, and the nightlife.
Residents recommend experiencing a bit of Ayala Alabang by jogging around their clean and infamous green fields and walking around the flourished urban center. Here you can try and eat at its food hubs, explore or shop at the expansive malls, and maybe if you have more time to spend, book a hotel room and staycation with your family or friends.
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