New building hotel to enhance Ayala Triangle landscape
Standing at thirty-nine stories, the office block has all the makings of a premier Ayala Land Offices development. a wedding of contemporary design and interior style, it allots 5 levels to basement parking, four floors to premium stores, and thirty six floors to generous workplace areas, all with commanding views of town.
Green building features and practices - a trademark of all Ayala Land, Inc. undertakings - are ingrained in this structure that is working towards a certification from LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design), a rating system created by the United States Green Building Council that acknowledges a building’s environment-friendly efforts during and after construction.
At a time when climate change is more apparent and nature’s resources are slowly being depleted, the building can have green open areas and eco-friendly options. It is set to rise on an 18,150-sqm lot in the corners of Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue.
Besides an amphitheater, useful hall for special events, and choice restaurants, its immediate neighbor will be the new 24-storey, five-star Mandarin Oriental. Together, the comes can enhance the landscape of the central business district with a vivacious, sophisticated air.
Interestingly, the approaching development additionally promises additional open area than ever before. The office building and the Mandarin Oriental are plotted in such a way that the felling of trees is avoided. And even with additional structures in place, the gardens remain a priority in this Makati site.
Once finished, the new and improved Ayala Triangle Gardens will allot the maximum amount as 60 percent to wide, open areas for exercise, dog walking, picnics, and other leisure activities.
The newest office development of Ayala Land and the Mandarin Oriental hotel at Ayala Triangle Gardens is targeted to be completed in 2020.