IN THE LEAD

Makati is the country’s leading commercial business district with the highest daytime population in the land.

The masterplan divides the area into several districts, each with its own distinct identity.

MAKATI COMMERCIAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

Top local and multinational corporations and start-ups alike are ensconced in buildings and high-rises mostly within Legaspi and Salcedo Village in the Makati Commercial Business District.
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AYALA CENTER

Ayala Center presents a bustling network of shopping malls, dining establishments, premiere hotels, parks, entertainment centers, and museums, making Makati a cosmopolitan lifestyle mecca.
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AYALA TRIANGLE GARDENS

Ayala Triangle Gardens serves as an urban oasis at the heart of the Makati Business District, and by 2020, this evolving space will include expanded gardens, new gathering places and retail concepts, as well as a renewed Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Tower Two, a second office tower rising twenty years after the iconic Tower One was first established. The development is carefully planned to ensure that open spaces are integrated into the buildings to create more enjoyable experiences for everyone.
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CIRCUIT MAKATI

Another bustling development is Circuit Makati, a 21-hectare mixed-use development on the former Sta. Ana Racetrack property of the Philippine Racing Club Inc. (PRCI). Poised to be Makati’s entertainment district, Circuit will feature a world-class indoor theatre, multipurpose entertainment spaces, and open grounds integrated with commercial, hotel and residential blocks.
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MCKINLEY EXCHANGE

At the corner of EDSA and Ayala Avenue, lies McKinley Exchange, the city’s central portal and multi-modal transport hub. It provides access to the Metro Rail Transit, buses, jeepneys, taxis, and shuttles, conveniently opening the city to the rest of the metro.
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