Your address: Philippine Stock Exchange Tower, Manila
Level 24, One Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila, Philippines
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The Philippine Stock Exchange Tower is an office skyscraper located in One Bonifacio High Street complex in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig which houses the Premier residential project of Ayala Land and Shangri-la’s newest hotel at The Fort.
The building has 30 floors above ground level. It serves as the new headquarters and unified trading floor of the Philippine Stock Exchange.
It was designed by US-based Handel Architects, in collaboration with Leandro V Locsin Partners and GF & Partners Architects. The building is characterized as an all-glass, grade A level building. It is occupied by the stock brokers and trading managers of the PSE.
The Market Market Bus Terminal is a 10-minute walk right next to the building.
Surrounded by the best retail and hotel components, the Philippine Stock Exchange building is the “new lifestyle” residential destination in Bonifacio Global City.
Among the building’s surroundings are the 5-star Shangri-La Hotel with top class amenities and facilities, and The Suites, a high class residential tower with sky villas.
Building occupants include The Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc., Apex (Philippines) Equities Corp., DFNN, Inc., Philequity Management, Inc. and San Carlos BioPower Inc.
How to get to Philippine Stock Exchange Tower, BGC
Level 24, One Bonifacio High Street
25 minutes by taxi from Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Located outside the building's lobby
2 minute walk to Bus terminal going to Market Market Mall / Ayala Train Station.
The New Philippine Stock Exchange Tower is a “Sculptural Piece” in the middle of BGC.
On the corner of 5th Avenue and 28th Street, the glassy edifice stands 30 stories high. Half of it overlooks the ground-level shops on Bonifacio High Street, The Fort Strip, and the greenery-lined walkway connected to Shangri-La at The Fort.
Meanwhile, the other half is nestled in the shadows of neighboring high-rises. Just as it has combined the two stock exchanges, PSE Tower also becomes the threshold between the area’s commercial, corporate, and residential spaces.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
- One Bonifacio High Street Mall
- The Suites at One Bonifacio High Street
- Shangri-la at the Fort
- Bonifacio High Street
- The Fort Strip
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