Pacific Plaza Towers

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Pacific Plaza Towers
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The Pacific Plaza Towers
General information
Status Complete
Type Residential Condominium
Location 4th Avenue
Bonifacio Global City
Metro Manila, Philippines
Coordinates 14°32′51.64″N 121°2′42.20″E / 14.5476778°N 121.0450556°E / 14.5476778; 121.0450556Coordinates: 14°32′51.64″N 121°2′42.20″E / 14.5476778°N 121.0450556°E / 14.5476778; 121.0450556
Construction started 1997
Estimated completion September 2000
Opening February 22, 2001 (soft opening)
March 9, 2001 (grand opening)
Owner Metro Pacific Corporation (1997-2006)
Pacific Plaza Towers Condominium Corporation (PPTCC) (2001-Present)
Management Pacific Plaza Towers Management Services, Inc.
Roof 179 m (587.27 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 53 aboveground
Design and construction
Architect Arquitectonica
Recio + Casas Architects
Developer Metro Pacific Corporation
Bases Conversion Development Authority
Rufino family
Structural engineer Magnusson Klemencic Associates;[1] Leslie E. Roberts Associates; Aromin & Sy + Associates
Main contractor EEI Corporation

The Pacific Plaza Towers are high-end residential condominium skyscrapers located across One McKinley Place in Bonifacio Global City, Philippines. The twin 53-storey buildings, the North Tower and South Tower, were completed in 2001 and rises to 179 metres (587 feet) from the ground to its architectural top.[4] They are currently the 20th and 21st-tallest buildings in the country and Metro Manila as well.


Pacific Plaza Towers began groundbreaking and excavated in 1997, with first concrete pouring in 1998. It began to rise on January 1999 it topped off For South Tower in January 2000. followed by North Tower two months later, It was completed on September 2000. It held its soft opening on February 22, 2001 and Inaugurated on March 9, 2001. Notable guests like Former President Corazon Aquino, then-BCDA chairman Rogelio Singson, then-Alaska Milk Corporation head Wilfred Uytengsu Sr. with his son Wilfred Jr. and his wife Kerri were invited at the Inauguration. It took the record of being the Tallest twin-towers in Philippines from Salcedo Park Twin Towers from 2001 to 2009, until The St. Francis Shangri-La Place was completed. From 1997-2001, Metro Pacific Corporation owns the site until its joint ownership with Pacific Plaza Towers Condominium Corporation until 2006 when it became Metro Pacific Investments Corporation and PPTCC is now the sole ownership.[citation needed]

Popular Culture[edit]

  • In 2006, it is featured on Imago's Taralets Music Video as a background alongside One McKinley Place



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Preceded by
Salcedo Park Twin Towers
Tallest Twin Towers in the Philippines
Succeeded by
The St. Francis Shangri-La Place
Preceded by
Tallest building in Bonifacio Global City
2001 – 2011
Succeeded by
The Infinity Fort Bonifacio