Rockwell Center - a high end mixed use area in Makati City, Philippines
MANILA - A project of Rockwell Land Corporation that was first developed in 1998 and has expanded since 2012, Rockwell Center is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Makati City. Sitting on a 15.5 hectare land that used to be the location of a thermal power plant, Rockwell Center is now raising the standard for living spaces by creating admired communities in key cities that seamlessly blends residences, work spaces and lifestyle hubs. Read on to find out more about Rockwell Center - a high end mixed use area in Makati City, Philippines.
Rockwell Center caters to the upscale market that rowdy crowds and loiterers are almost never in sight. This self sustaining district houses residential towers, a premier upscale mall - Power Plant Mall and offices.
Power Plant Mall is a four-level complex that includes more than 300 establishments housing a wide range of specialty brands, lifestyle retailers, and restaurants. Exuding Rockwell’s signature of innovation, exclusivity and unparalleled quality, Power Plant Mall provides a unique experience for shoppers being conveniently located in the verdant “city within a city”.
Rockwell Center is also known as a commercial hub for leading local and global companies like Nestle Philippines, Eatigo and PHINMA Properties. Their latest addition of office buildings is 8 Rockwell.
A 19-storey building located in Rockwell Center, 8 Rockwell is easily accessible to different modes of transportation due to its prime location. 8 Rockwell offers more than 30,000 square meters of leasable office space with a typical floor plate of 1,800 square meters and a whole floor efficiency of 90%. The building has also achieved LEED Gold Certification. Other key features of 8 Rockwell include: nine high speed elevators, generous parking allocation, a comprehensive telcommunications network, fully integrated building management systems and an efficiently designed VRF air conditioning system.
Rockwell Center is near major roads such as Kalayaan Avenue and EDSA. The area is also a few minutes drive from Makati Central Business District. The place is accessible hence there are different means of transportation like bus, jeepney, taxis, and private vehicles available to get to Rockwell Center. Rockwell Center can be accessed via EDSA Southbound through Estrella Street which is the first street from Guadalupe Seminary. The footbridge is the landmark then inside Makati, one can take Kalayaan street via Makati-Avenue P Burgos or J.P. Rizal which will both lead to Rockwell Center.