Philippines’ Tallest Buildings

What are the tallest buildings in the Philippines? Here’s how they rank, according to Wikipedia. :)

Completed buildings

1. The Philippine Bank of Communications Tower, more commonly known as PBCom Tower, is an office skyscraper that currently holds the title, since 2000, of the tallest building in the Philippines. It has a total ground to architectural top height of 259 metres (850 ft), with 52 storeys including an 8-level radio tower. It is a joint development of Filinvest Asia Corporation (FAC) and the Philippine Bank of Communications (PBCom).

2G.T. International Tower is an office skyscraper located in Makati City, Philippines. The “G.T.” in the name stands for George Ty, the building’s owner and chairman of the Metrobank Group. Standing at 217 meters (712.93 feet), it is currently the second-tallest building in the Philippines. The building has 47 floors above ground, and 5 basement levels for parking.

3. The St. Francis Shangri-La Place, also known as The St. Francis Towers 1 & 2 are twin-tower residential condominium skyscrapers in Mandaluyong City, Philippines. The towers are the 3rd tallest building in Metro Manila and in the Philippines, and are currently the tallest residential skyscraper and tallest twin towers in the Philippines surpassing Pacific Plaza Towers with a height of 212.88 metres from the ground to its architectural spire. The building has 60 floors above ground, including a podium which connects the two towers, and 5 basement levels for parking, and are considered as one of the most prestigious residential buildings in the Philippines. 

4. The Petron Megaplaza is an office skyscraper located in Makati City, Philippines. It previously held the title as the tallest building in the Philippines from 1998 when it surpassed the then tallest building in the country, the Rufino Pacific Tower, until 2000 when the current tallest building, the PBCom Tower, was topped-off. It currently holds the title as the third tallest building in Makati City, and the fourth tallest building in Metro Manila and in the Philippines as well. It has a total ground to architectural spire top height of 210 meters, soaring at 45 storeys high.

5. UnionBank Plaza is an office skyscraper located in Pasig City, Philippines. It rises 206 metres (676 feet) from ground level to roof, and is currently the tallest complete building in Pasig City, and the 4th-tallest building in the Philippines. The building has 49 levels above ground, and 6 basement levels.

6. The Residences at Greenbelt – San Lorenzo Tower (Makati), 204.5 meters high, 57 storeys

7. 1322 Golden Empire Tower (Manila), 203 meters high, 57 storeys

8. One Corporate Centre (Pasig), 202 meters high, 45 storeys

9. Philamlife Tower (Makati), 200 meters high, 48 storeys

10. BSA Twin Towers (Mandaluyong), 197 meters high, 51 storeys

11. RCBC Plaza Yuchengco Tower (Makati), 191.7 meters high, 46 storeys

12. One San Miguel Avenue (Mandaluyong), 183 meters high, 54 storeys

13. LKG Tower (Makati), 180 meters high, 38 storeys

14. The Shang Grand Tower (Makati), 180 meters high, 46 storeys

15. Pacific Plaza Towers (Taguig), 179 meters high, 52 storeys

16. Atlanta Centre (San Juan), 179 meters high, 37 storeys

17. Robinsons Equitable Tower (Pasig), 175 meters high, 45 storeys

18. One Roxas Triangle (Makati), 174 meters high, 40 storeys

19. Robinsons Summit Center (Makati), 174 meters high, 38 storeys

20. The Enterprise Center Tower 1 (Makati), 172 meters high, 45 storeys

21. The Residences at Greenbelt – Laguna Tower (Makati), 171 meters high, 48 storeys

22. RCBC Plaza Tower 2 (Makati), 170 meters high, 41 storeys

23. Pearl of the Orient Tower (Manila), 168meters high, 42 storeys

24. Discovery Suites (Pasig), 167 meters high , 40 storeys

25. GA Twin Towers (Mandaluyong), 165 meters High, 40 storeys


Under Construction

1. The Gramercy Residences (Makati), 302 meters high, 68 storeys. (Upon completion, it will become the Philippines’ first supertall building, and will also be the highest, surpassing the current title holder, the 259-meter PBCom Tower, which also located in Makati City)

2. The Knightsbridge Residences (Makati), 250 meters high, 68 storeys. (Upon completion, it will become the Philippines’ 3rd highest building next to PBCom)

3. Federal Land Tower (Taguig), 250 meters high, 66 storeys.  (Upon completion, it will become the Philippines’ 4th highest building)

4. Shangri-la at the Fort (Taguig) 60 storeys.  (Upon completion, it will become the Philippines’ 5th highest building)

“Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people he chose for his inheritance.” -Psalms 33:12

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2 Responses to Philippines’ Tallest Buildings

  1. Matt C. Tuballa says:

    …yeah..thanks for this information…but I am still waiting of the country’s incoming tower…the Pasig City’s premier…”The Pagcor Tower”…well how was it doing now…is the proposal still to be constructed or it will just leave an information out of its groundbreaking…we will wait for it….God bless the Philippines and its people…

  2. jojo says:

    yeah, im also waiting for the PAGCOR tower…
    09997694177

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