6750 Ayala Avenue

Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Level 17, 6750 Ayala Avenue

About 6750 Ayala Avenue

6750 Ayala Avenue Office Tower is a Grade A corporate office building in the heart of the Makati CBD commercial district.

Flanking the largest shopping complex in Makati, 6750 Ayala Avenue is the most visible and most accessible building in Manila’s CBD.

6750 Ayala Avenue offers tenants and visitors excellent amenities, including a food court, multi storey parking facilities and a luxury shopping arcade.

 

The Ayala MRT City Train Station is a 5-minute walk, providing easy access to all other areas of Metro Manila.

From its position at the “front doors” of Makati City, 6750 Office Tower offers a panoramic view of the city toward Manila Bay and its beautiful sunsets.

All of Makati’s five star hotels and best restaurants are just a stroll away.

Building occupants include Macquarie Bank, Chevron, Hersheys, Microsoft, Dole and Proctor and Gamble Philippines.

 

Call us +63 2 755 6500 to arrange to visit today!

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Aiport

20 minutes by taxi from Ninoy Aquino International Airport      

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Train

5 minute walk from Ayala Center MRT

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Bus and Jeepney

2 minutes walk to Buendia LRT Bus Line B's Glorietta Rustan's stop, right next to 6750 Ayala Avenue.

About the area

6750 Ayala Avenue is the only corporate (non-BPO) office building in the main Ayala Center.

Ayala Center is the premier shopping and cultural development in Metro Manila. It offers a wide array of shopping, entertainment and cultural venues .

Closeproximity to EDSA, Metro Manila’s main traffic artery, provides fantastic accessibility to other business districts.

Within 5 minutes walking distance:

  • Greenbelt Residences
  • Greenbelt Shopping Complex
  • Greenbelt Cinemas
  • Glorietta Complex
  • Neilsen Tower (Now Blackbird Makati)
  • The Peninsula Manila Hotel
  • The Shangri La Makati Hotel
  • Discovery Primea
  • Raffles Residences
  • Makati Fairmont Hotel
  • New World Renaissance Hotel
  • Greenbelt park
  • The Ayala Museum