Pacific Star Building
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Pacific Star Building
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Pacific Star Building Building Details

  • Address
  • Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue cor Makati Avenue, Makati City
  • City
  • Makati
  • Submarket
  • Sen Gil Puyat Avenue
  • Class
  • Class A
  • PEZA
  • Yes
  • Year Built
  • 1989
  • Telcos
  • PLDT, Globe (fiber optic ready)
  • Amenities
  • fastfood center, convenience store, coffee shop at the 6th floor

Pacific Star Building Building Description

The Pacific Star building is considered as one of the most prestigious office buildings in the Philippines. It is also one of the few office buildings in the Makati Central Business District to be rated "5-star" by the Makati Commercial Estates Association (MACEA). The Pacific Star consists of an imposing 29 storey high-rise structure with a 6 storey low-rise building built around a semicircular driveway and fountain. The building dominates the Makati Skyline with magnificent views of greater Metro Manila. It has more than 56,000 square meters of office space.Its unrivaled prime location coupled by its excellent building services give Pacific Star a steady and high occupancy rate. Commercial shops found in the building include among others: Federal Express, Tea Republic and Starbucks, Foodcourt, Fashion and retail store, Rever Salon, Foreign Exchange and Equitable PCI and BPI Banks.

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