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Inside Ayala Land's Priciest and Most Luxurious Residences

Home sweet home at Park Central Towers.
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Fickle forecasts and speculations in land values always make investing in property, whether residential or commercial, a difficult decision to make. But present and future unit owners of Ayala Land Premier’s latest venture will likely have struck commercial property gold once it graces the Makati skyline in 2024.


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Pronounced a “true icon of design,” the ultra-luxe Park Central Towers' glass structure in Makati was conceptualized by luxury boutique Singaporean design firm, SCDA together with storied architectural firm Leandro V. Locsin Partners. The showroom was designed by J. Antonio Mendoza Design Associates. It’s not every day you come across plans so beautifully designed.


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The Location: The property already has the combination of impeccable design and uncompromised exclusivity on its side. Pair this with an incomparable location—nestled in the heart of Roxas Triangle, at the corner of Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue—and there’s just no beating this venue. What’s more, its neighboring tower, the equally prestigious Roxas Triangle Towers (where the Mandarin Oriental Hotel used to stand) and its surrounding luxury development transforms the land into one of the most valuable addresses in the Philippines. 


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The Interiors: Experience the full treatment of a palatial Aquaview Villa residence at the well-appointed spaces at Park Central Towers’ show flat, conveniently located at Glorietta 3 Park. An unparalleled air of opulence welcomes you as you enter the foyer and soar upward via the private lift. Past double doors, a vast living space greets you with high ceilings showcasing a modern brass chandelier. Natural light also floods through floor-to-ceiling windows, which also offer sweeping views of the metro’s skyline.


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A calming palette of taupe, cream, and dark brown brings harmony to the whole flat, from the deck area to the statement lounge pieces by Dedon. Might we mention that each of the villas also includes its own plunge pool?


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The private quarters are no less magnificent, anchored by various works of art. The two secondary bedrooms include en suite bathrooms, while the master bedroom opens to a king-sized bed and a large bathroom with the walk-in closet of your dreams, designed by Poliform. A handheld shower, rain shower, as well as a separate bath tub make for a relaxing, spa-like treatment.

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Get it for: An average of P300,000/sqm. 

Park Central Towers, Roxas Triangle, Makati City, 218.1015, parkcentraltowers.com.

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