Atlanta Centre

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Atlanta Centre
Atlanta Center - Aerial Shot From BSA Twin Towers Ortigas (Annapolis, Greenhills, San Juan; 2015-05-26).jpg
View of Atlanta Centre from BSA Twin Towers Ortigas Center
General information
Status Complete
Type Office
Location 31 Annapolis St., Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines
Coordinates 14°36′17″N 121°03′11″E / 14.60472°N 121.05306°E / 14.60472; 121.05306Coordinates: 14°36′17″N 121°03′11″E / 14.60472°N 121.05306°E / 14.60472; 121.05306
Owner Atlanta Land Corporation
Antenna spire 179 m (587.3 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 35 above ground
Lifts/elevators 6
Design and construction
Developer Atlanta Land Corporation

The Atlanta Centre is an office skyscraper in San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is also the highest building in the city with a total height of 179 metres from the ground to its architectural spire.[4]

The building has 35 floors above ground, including a 10-level parking area. It has 6 Otis elevators, and is equipped with a centralized PABX/ LAN communication networks plus a Building Management System (BMS).[3]


The Atlanta Centre is located along Annapolis Street, well inside the Greenhills area and the city's only skyline area. It is also just a stone throw away from the well-known Greenhills Shopping Center.

Related Events[edit]

Atlanta Centre was known as the place where Nida Blanca, a well-known Filipino actress, was found dead on 7 November 2001. She was found inside a car in the building's parking area.[5]

On about 6:00AM of 16 December 2008, a fire broke out on the 7th floor of the building. No one was reported injured since office workers have not yet arrived in the area. The building's curtain walls on the said level were destroyed by fire fighters for the trapped smoke to come out.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Atlanta Centre
  2. ^ Emporis Atlanta Centre
  3. ^ a b Atlanta Land Corporation website Atlanta Centre
  4. ^ a b Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Tallest Buildings in the Philippines (as of March 2009)
  5. ^ a b Abante Online Atlanta Centre nasunog (Fire at Atlanta Centre) - December 17 2008 Archived March 27, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.

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