Park Central, Ayala's New Development At Ayala Triangle, Wins Japanese Award

Ayala's new development project at the iconic Ayala Triangle gains recognition at the Japan International Property Awards.

Rising tall within the Roxas Triangle at the intersection of Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue while amidst a flourishing urban park, Park Central Towers reshapes the Makati skyline and redefines "luxurious living." This immense 15,860-sqm development of Ayala Land Premier, the upscale brand of Ayala Land Incorporated, is the real estate firm's most expensive residential project to date. Style, location, space, and choice—these are Park Central Towers' lavish offerings.

Iconic design
Slated to be turned over in the year 2024/2025, the property is made up of the 68-storey South Tower which has 281 private residences with 12 various unit designs and layouts that would complement its future residents' lifestyles, and the recently-launched North Tower which houses 259 additional residences.

Its modern and futuristic facade as well as its elegant interiors reflect the prestigious lifestyle Park Central Towers promises. The renowned Filipino architectural firm Leandro V. Locsin & Partners collaborated with boutique luxury Singaporean design firm Soo Chan Design Associates (SCDA) and eminent Japanese design group Studio Taku Shimizu for such a stunning design.

At the heart of the business district
Among the many luxuries it boasts, Park Central Towers is sought after for its prime location. With an address in the middle of a bustling city where most offices of multinational corporations operate, it is within walking distance to the entertainment centers, retail shops, schools, hospitals, fine cuisine, cinemas, shopping and leisure centers, and workplaces.

Even the Roxas Triangle block, which is right across Ayala Triangle and where the Park Central Towers stands proud, is being transformed into one of the country’s most valuable residential real estate addresses with the development of the equally opulent Ayala Land Premier project, Roxas Triangle Towers.

Exclusivity and territory
As previously mentioned, there is an abundance of unit layouts to choose from, each kind having its own prominent feature to highlight. Residents of Aquaview Villas  may enjoy their own private elevator and a 5.7 meter high living room area that flows out to a private plunge pool and lounge deck. Owners of Skyview Villas, on the other hand, are treated to magnificent views and unrestricted natural light through their unit's floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows that wrap around a 5.7 meter high living room space.

Those who have Gallery Villas as their homes, meanwhile, have their own private elevators opening up to a gallery. Finally, individuals living in Glass Suites have rooms that also showcase the views and light, thanks to floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows.

Unlimited options
Even with its vibrant array of surrounding establishments,  the amenities and services at Park Central Towers are enough to keep its residents from leaving "home"; the activities seem endless because of its Sky Terraces which punctuate the facades of each tower at different floors and the podium levels they rest on. The Sky Terraces are four-storey high expansive common spaces that feature a fitness center and studio, plunge pool, resident's lounge, spa, and lobby with concierge, mailroom and meeting lounge.

The three-floor podium of the development will have a careful selection of specialty retail and dining options as well as service establishments and dynamic workspaces, including the property’s very own supermarket. The topmost level of the podium is where the other shared amenities are located: the multipurpose court, the fitness center, a resident’s lounge, game room and social hall, and different-sized pools.

It is indeed luxurious living at its finest. And given all of these, the Japan International Property Awards awarded Park Central Towers as the Best Luxury High Rise Condominium in a gala event last November 14, 2018 at Andaz Toranomon Hills by Hyatt in Tokyo, Japan.*