Ayala North Exchange

November 13, 2017 3:29 pm

RETAIL, OFFICE, AND HOTEL IN ONE

The vision for Ayala North Exchange is clear and evident in its design and function. Its entire structure is built in a dynamic location. Thus, it is formed to become a contemporary and creative hub where action and inspiration, pattern and purpose converge into a seamless flow of distinctive elements spanning from architecture, streetscapes, and lifestyles.

A flagship mixed-use development within the Makati Central Business District (CBD), Ayala North Exchange is Ayala Land Inc.’s first tower combining three benchmarks or real estate: retail, office, and hotel in one location.

The two-tower facility will house three shopping podiums under Ayala Malls, residential spaces, and an urban retreat through Ayala Land Hotel and Resort’s brand – Seda Suites. It also includes parking basements, a convenient feature for residents and professionals in the area.

The towers’ prime location—on Ayala Avenue, at the corners of Amorsolo and Salcedo Streets—makes it highly accessible through different modes of transportation. Major thoroughfares such as Ayala Avenue, Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, and the Skyway are a few minutes away from the block.

The facility is a standout as it retains the clean and green design prominent in ALI’s developments. Ayala North Exchange includes an elevated walkway that will conveniently connect to its towers to Ayala Center and the rest of the CBD.

In addition to the pedestrian connectivity, the walkway will also lead to an open and refreshing patch of green where visitors can unwind or hang out to enjoy the view of the bustling metropolis.

Mall patrons and residents can begin enjoying the retail and civic space by 2017 while the office spots will be ready by 2018. Seda Suites Hotel, a fusion of urban living and luxurious hotel experience, will open its doors by 2019. City Gate’s Seda Hotel will be the seventh branch of the hotel chain.

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