Rockwell Center

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A view of the Rockwell Center.

The Rockwell Center is a high-end mixed-use area in Makati City, Philippines. It is a project of Rockwell Land Corporation which is in turn owned by the Lopez Holdings Corporation. Rockwell Center was first developed in 1998 and is being expanded since 2012. The architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) carried out the design under the direction of former design partner Larry Oltmanns.[1] Its centerpiece, the Power Plant Mall, opened on December 26, 2000. The Rockwell Center includes office buildings, condominium towers, a law and business school and a shopping mall.

Location and vicinity[edit]

The Rockwell Center was constructed on a 15.5-hectare lot previously occupied by a thermal plant operated by then Lopez-owned Manila Electric Railroad and Light Company until its closure in 1994. The lot is bounded by J.P. Rizal Avenue to the north, where it faces the Pasig River, Estrella Street to the east, Rockwell Drive and Amapola Street to the south, and R. Palma Street to the west.

Proscenium at Rockwell[edit]

Proscenium at Rockwell
General information
Status Under construction
Type Residential and Commercial
Address Estrella Street corner J.P Rizal, Rockwell Center, Makati, Philippines
Construction started November 2012
Design and construction
Developer Rockwell Land Corporation

Marking the expansion of Rockwell Center will be The Proscenium at Rockwell, a 3.6 hectare mixed-used development which will stand in the property formerly known as the Colgate-Palmolive (Philippines) headquarters. It is an ongoing luxury development by Rockwell Land Corporation. It stands with four residential towers, office tower, and retail designed by architect Carlos Ott.[2] It consists of residential, retail, office, amenity and cultural spaces.[3][4] It will have four residential towers, namely the Kirov, Sakura, Lincoln[5] and Lorraine. The fifth tower named "The Proscenium Tower" will provide office spaces.


A wider view of the Rockwell Center.
Shopping and retail
  • Power Plant Mall
  • Joya Retail Row
  • One Rockwell Retail Row
  • 8 Rockwell Retail Row
  • Ateneo Graduate School
Office buildings
Residential buildings
  • Rizal Tower
  • Luna Gardens
  • Amorsolo Square
  • Hidalgo Place
  • Edades Tower and Garden Villas
  • Joya Lofts and Towers
  • One Rockwell
  • The Manansala
  • The Proscenium at Rockwell
    • Kirov Tower (under construction)
    • Sakura Tower (under construction)
    • Lincoln Tower (under construction)
    • Lorraine Tower (under construction)
    • Proscenium Residences (under construction)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "A satellite city rises in the metropolis-Philippine Daily Inquirer, 18 April 200". Retrieved 29 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Who is Carlos Ott and why is he the star of Rockwell's billboards?". The Philippine Star. December 2, 2012. Retrieved 19 September 2014. 
  3. ^ Morales, Neil (November 1, 2013). "Rockwell allots P20 B for property projects". ABS-CBN. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  4. ^ Chee Kee, Raoul (December 2, 2012). "With Proscenium, Rockwell ups the Ante". ABS-CBN. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "Rockwell introduces 3rd Proscenium tower". The Philippine Star. March 1, 2013. 

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Coordinates: 14°33′55″N 121°02′13″E / 14.5654°N 121.0370°E / 14.5654; 121.0370