1103-sqm POGO Office in Ayala Ave Makati

  • ₱1,765,280/month
Ayala Avenue, Makati


  • Commercial, Office
  • Property Type
  • 1103
  • Sq m

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Updated on January 31, 2022 at 1:26 am
  • Price: ₱1,765,280/month
  • Floor Area: 1103 Sq m
  • Property Type: Commercial, Office
  • Property Status: For Rent

Additional details

  • Price per sqm: ₱1,600
  • CUSA for POGO: ₱222/sqm for 24/7 Operations
  • Handover Condition: Semi-fitted
  • Parking Allocation: 1:100
  • Rate per Parking Slot: ₱8,000/month
  • Escalation Rate: 7% to 10%
  • Building Operation: 24/7
  • Building Density: 1:5
  • Telco Providers: Eastern, Digitel, PLDT, and Globe
  • Rate for Traditional Office: ₱1800/sqm
  • CUSA for Traditional Office: ₱217/sqm


If you are looking for a 1103-sqm POGO Office in Ayala Ave Makati, this is it!

Ayala Avenue is a major thoroughfare in Makati, Philippines. It is one of the busiest roads in Metro Manila, crossing through the heart of the Makati Central Business District. Because of the many businesses located along the avenue, Ayala Avenue is nicknamed the “Wall Street of the Philippines”. It is also a major link between Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) and Metropolitan Avenue. Part of Ayala Avenue from Metropolitan Avenue to Gil Puyat Avenue also forms Circumferential Road 3.

The Philippines’ premier financial capital, this city has often been the office location of choice for many organizations and businesses, both local and international. Aside from its reputation, one of the main factors that encourage companies to set up shop in Makati is its supply of office spaces in various building types.

Ayala Avenue’s segment from the present-day Gil Puyat (Buendia) Avenue to Makati Avenue used to be the primary runway of the Nielson Airport, which was inaugurated in 1937 and was one of the first airports built in Luzon, while its extension occupies a segment of an old road that connected the Santa Ana Park and McKinley–Pasay Road. The airport closed in 1948 and its permanent facilities were passed on the owner of the land, Ayala y Compañía. The runways were then converted into roads as part of Ayala’s plan to build a new business district in the area. The modern avenue was completed in 1958, eventually connecting it to Highway 54 (now EDSA).

It later created a new segment between Kamagong Street in San Antonio Village and Metropolitan Avenue, connecting it to South Avenue. In 1998, a flyover was built for left turners onto EDSA northbound.

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