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SM launches Mega Tower

Future-ready workspace awaits at the recently launched Mega Tower located in the SM Megamall complex. 

SM launches Mega Tower
The 50-story Mega Tower features an S-shaped silhouette standing elegantly along Edsa in Ortigas CBD. 
The 50-story office building, SM Prime Holdings, Inc.’s tallest to date, features an elegant S-shape silhouette standing tall along Edsa in the bustling Ortigas central business district. The Mega Tower is registered with the certification goal of LEED Gold, according to SM Prime. 

SM launches Mega Tower
The Mega Tower’s 26 high-speed elevators are distributed to low, mid, and high zones to shuttle employees and guests at a speed of 90 meters per minute. 
Designed for the future of work, it offers unparalleled access, safety, flexibility, and sustainability to its tenants. Its main entrance lobby is formed by elevating the tower from above the drop-off. The tower has a center core with three fire exits for efficient density planning of the usable area of its locators. Its typical floor plate of over 2,700 square meters is suited for different industries, with a 360-degree curtain wall for natural lighting and unobstructed city view.

A diverse mix of cafés and restaurants will open on the ground floor. In addition, the tower lobby has a direct link to SM Megamall’s Mega Fashion Hall.

SM launches Mega Tower
The tower has a typical floor plate of approximately 2,700 square meters. 
Aside from proximity to two MRT stations, the building will have a Public Terminal Interchange (PTI) which will primarily cater to commuters riding PUVs or shuttle vans. Five percent of the parking slots of Mega Tower are dedicated to energy-conserving vehicles.

SM launches Mega Tower
Fifty-six of the total 1,243 parking slots are dedicated to energy-conserving vehicles. 
Send an email to [email protected] for leasing inquiries. 

Topics: Mega Tower , SM Prime Holdings Inc. , SM Prime , Public Terminal Interchange
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