Tower One Ayala Triangle, home of the Philippine Stock Exchange, is a major hub of activity in Manila’s Central Business District.
The Tower was designed by National Artist Leandro V. Locsin - proclaimed a National Artist of the Philippines for Architecture in 1990 - in partnership with Skidmore, Owings & Merril. It is surrounded by the largest landscaped area in Makati City.
The Triangle conveniently features a diverse array of restaurants, and also serves as a venue for intimate cultural events such as the landmark Christmas light and sound display.
Built with a stunning outdoor fountain and impressive arch detail, Tower One Ayala Triangle features 35 floors and a grand sky lobby on the 25th level.
The three points of access allow cars and pedestrians easy access to premiere retail and hotel facilities of the city – all within a 5 minute stroll.
Building occupants include Deutsche bank, Moet Chandon, The Walt Disney Company, The Philippine Stock Exchange, and Ayala Corporation, the company that built the Makati Central Business District.
20 minutes by taxi from Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
10 minute walk to Ayala Avenue Station (MRT) from Ayala Tower One.
All buses and jeepneys (small buses) stop in front of Ayala Tower One.
Tower One Ayala Triangle is the anchor to the Ayala Triangle, at the centre of the Makati Business District.
Ayala Triangle is a sub district of Ayala Center, Manila’s premiere shopping, lifestyle and business district.
The Triangle is flanked by Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue and Paseo de Roxas, the city’s main thoroughfares.
Servcorp Offices are located on level 22 of Tower One Ayala Triangle.
Level 17 features vibrant art featuring evoking the lushness of Philippine rainforests.
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