Sustainability model

posted July 16, 2021 at 07:50 pm
by  Manila Standard
Ayala North Exchange, the gateway to the Makati Central Business District, sets the pace in green design through its LEED-compliant model to minimize its carbon footprint.  

Sustainability model

The mixed-use development utilizes environment-friendly systems to reduce waste generation and power consumption. 

“The towers were designed to create far-reaching positive impacts not only on the environment but on the local economy and community as well,” said Francis Roxas, chief operating officer of Ayala Land Offices. 

The towers of Ayala North Exchange have a combined gross leasable area of approximately 56,000 square meters, stands above a three-level retail podium with 10,000 square meters of restaurants and shopping spaces.  

Located in one of the office towers is Seda Residences Makati, the first serviced apartment under the Seda Hotels brand. 

Topics: Ayala North Exchange , Makati Central Business District , Francis Roxas
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