Summit One Tower

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Summit One Tower
General information
Status Complete
Location 530 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong, Philippines
Coordinates 14°35′11.88″N 121°2′47.24″E / 14.5866333°N 121.0464556°E / 14.5866333; 121.0464556Coordinates: 14°35′11.88″N 121°2′47.24″E / 14.5866333°N 121.0464556°E / 14.5866333; 121.0464556
Completed 1998[1]
Owner Facilities Incorporated
Height
Roof 150 m (492.13 ft)[1]
Technical details
Floor count 49
Design and construction
Architect Andrews and Partners, Inc.
Developer Summit One Consortium
References
[1][2][3]

The Summit One Tower is an office skyscraper located in Mandaluyong, Philippines. Originally built as a condominium project called Paladium Summit but when the concrete shell was completed the project fell through until a local tycoon bought and converted it into an office tower.[3] Summit One Tower was previously owned and managed by Facilities Incorporated.

It is now owned and managed by Summit One Tower Building and Allied Assets, a part of the ATN Group of Companies.[4] The building is registered as an economic zone with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) and its IT locator tenants benefit from government tax incentives.[4] Although there is no sufficient source to confirm is official height, Skyscraperpage's website has an official diagram suggesting its height to be around 200 meters, which is highly dubious.[1]

It is also serves as a radio transmitter of the FM radio station 91.5 Win Radio owned by Mabuhay Broadcasting System.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Skyscraperpage.com Drawings of Summit One
  2. ^ Skyscraperpage.com Summit One, Mandaluyong
  3. ^ a b Emporis Summit One Tower, Mandaluyong
  4. ^ a b Transpacific Broadband Group International Partner Groups

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