The country’s tallest building. Towering near the intersection of Makati Avenue and Kalayaan Avenue is the newly crowned tallest building in the Philippines.
Launched in 2007, The Gramercy Residences at Century City rises 73 stories or 302 meters beating the previous title holder, the 52-story- and 259-meter Philippine Bank of Communications Tower on Ayala Avenue.
Towering Makati skyline is Century Property's Gramercy Residences. Photo courtesy of Philip Mark Cordova
The Gramercy Residences at Century City, which is the first residential tower to rise at the 3.4-hectare mixed-use Century City, is set to be completed and turned over to its residents in 2012.
John Victor Antonio, COO of the building’s developer, Century Properties, is specially proud of the structure considering that the topping off of Gramercy Residences at Century City early in January 2011 coincided with the company’s 25th anniversary.
Aside from the prestige that the building offers its future residents, Gramercy Residences at Century City will feature three floors of hyper-amenities called the Skypark.
Located 36 stories above the ground and traversing the entire width of the building, the breathtaking Skypark will feature waterfalls, infinity pools, a designer restaurant, health club and more. Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer, Dec. 31, 2011
21F Pacific Star Bldg.,
Sen. Gil Puyat Ave.,
corner Makati Ave.,
Makati City, Philippines 1200