Ayala Avenue

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Ayala Avenue is a major thoroughfare in Makati, Philippines.wikipedia
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Makati

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Ayala Avenue is a major thoroughfare in Makati, Philippines.
The biggest trading floor of the Philippine Stock Exchange is situated along the city's Ayala Avenue.

Makati Central Business District

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It is one of the busiest roads in Metro Manila, crossing through the heart of the Makati Central Business District.
PBCom Tower along Ayala Avenue, 259 meters high, is the country's tallest office building.

Paseo de Roxas

Ayala Avenue's segment from Paseo de Roxas to Makati Avenue used to be a runway of the Nielson Airport, which was one of the first airports built in Luzon.
As it enters Salcedo Village east of Ayala Avenue, the buildings give way to high rises on the north side and the entire length of the Ayala Triangle Gardens on the south.

South Avenue

It later created new segments from Paseo de Roxas to Malugay Street, Malugay Street to Kamagong Street, and Kamagong Street to the tip part of South Avenue (which is from J.P. Rizal Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue) at Metropolitan Avenue.
South Avenue is a short extension of Ayala Avenue north of Metropolitan Avenue in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Makati Avenue

Ayala Avenue's segment from Paseo de Roxas to Makati Avenue used to be a runway of the Nielson Airport, which was one of the first airports built in Luzon.
When the airport was closed down after World War II, its two runways were converted into wide roads known today as Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas.

McKinley Road

It is a continuation of Ayala Avenue, south of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), which runs for approximately 1.9 kilometers (1.2 miles) through the affluent neighborhoods of Forbes Park and Dasmariñas Village.

EDSA (road)

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It is also a major link between Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) and Metropolitan Avenue.
Rapid urbanization in the 1960s and 1970s, particularly after the annexation of several Rizal towns to the newly established National Capital Region, marked the growth of the industrial centers along the road, and several other roads connected to the avenue, such as Ayala Avenue and McKinley Road in Makati.

Ayala Center

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The Ayala Center, which comprises eight distinct shopping centers, is partially located on Ayala Avenue, specifically the Glorietta complex, Greenbelt mall, and the 6750 Ayala Avenue, as well as the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.
It is bounded by Ayala Avenue on the east, Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) on the south, Arnaiz Avenue on the west, and to north by Legazpi Street and Paseo de Roxas.

Amorsolo Street

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The street starts inside Barangay Dasmariñas, continues north to San Lorenzo Village with some discontinuities and into the western edge of the Makati Central Business District where it ends at the junction with Ayala Avenue.

PBCom Tower

PBCom Tower, the one of the tallest buildings in the Philippines, is located at Ayala Avenue and V.A. Rufino Street.
The building is located at Ayala Avenue corner V.A. Rufino Street in Makati, right inside the Makati Central Business District.

Gil Puyat Avenue

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It is the site of some of the tallest buildings in Metro Manila, such as RCBC Plaza on the junction with Ayala Avenue, and Petron Megaplaza, the city's tallest building from 1998 to 2000.

Metro Manila

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It is one of the busiest roads in Metro Manila, crossing through the heart of the Makati Central Business District.

Nielson Field

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Ayala Avenue's segment from Paseo de Roxas to Makati Avenue used to be a runway of the Nielson Airport, which was one of the first airports built in Luzon.
Although the runways were eventually converted into roads - the secondary runway (runway 07/25) became Paseo de Roxas and the primary runway (runway 12/30) became Ayala Avenue - and other airport structures were sacrificed to give way to the development of the Makati business and commercial district, the owners preserved the airport's passenger terminal and control tower, which came to be known as the Nielson Tower.

The Peninsula Manila

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It is located on the corner of Ayala Avenue and Makati Avenue in the Makati Central Business District.

The Enterprise Center Tower 1

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The Enterprise Center, specifically Tower 1, is located in the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas Avenue.

L. V. Locsin Building

L. V. Locsin Building is an 18-storey building at 6752 Ayala Avenue at Makati Avenue in Makati City.

Discovery Primea

Discovery Primea is a 68-storey mixed-use residential tower and one of the tallest buildings in the Philippines located in Makati along Ayala Avenue.

Glorietta

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The Ayala Center, which comprises eight distinct shopping centers, is partially located on Ayala Avenue, specifically the Glorietta complex, Greenbelt mall, and the 6750 Ayala Avenue, as well as the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.

Ayala Tower One

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The building is located at the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas, on one of the three ends of the Ayala Triangle.

Makati Shangri-La, Manila

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The Ayala Center, which comprises eight distinct shopping centers, is partially located on Ayala Avenue, specifically the Glorietta complex, Greenbelt mall, and the 6750 Ayala Avenue, as well as the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.

Makati Sky Plaza

It is located along Ayala Avenue in the Makati CBD and was completed in 1999.

G.T. International Tower

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The building is located at the corner of Makati's Ayala Avenue and H.V. Dela Costa Street, and it's also near the headquarters of BDO a rival bank of Metrobank the main asset of the building's owner George Ty.

Rufino Pacific Tower

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The building is located at 6784 Ayala Avenue corner V.A. Rufino Street (which was also named in honor of the Rufino family) in Makati.

Security Bank

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The bank also moved to its new headquarters along Ayala Avenue in Makati City.