Right Tri­an­gle

Ex­cit­ing changes are un­der­way at the Ayala Tri­an­gle Gar­dens

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If you've no­ticed the begin­nings of a new de­vel­op­ment ris­ing at the north­ern tip of the Ayala Tri­an­gle Gar­dens, that's be­cause Tower 2 and the re­freshed Man­darin Ori­en­tal ho­tel are now in the works. Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is de­vel­op­ing Tower 2, a high-grade 38-story of­fice tower and the five-star 22-story Man­darin Ho­tel, as well as a good mix of re­tail es­tab­lish­ments and gath­er­ing spa­ces that all ALI de­vel­op­ments are known for. Ex­pected to be com­pleted in 2020, Tower 2 will be part of a wider, greener Ayala Tri­an­gle Gar­dens, with 60 per­cent of the open space avail­able for the public to en­joy, much as they do now and ever since Ayala Tri­an­gle be­came open to the public in 2009.

In keep­ing with ALI's pro­gres­sive vi­sion for Makati, the more than 70 trees that were af­fected by the new de­vel­op­ment have been balled out and re­planted within other ar­eas in the gar­dens and in other ALI de­vel­op­ments. Life as park-go­ers know it would go on as Tower 2 gets con­structed, with the park re­main­ing as a hub for the lifestyle and fit­ness crowd who want to en­joy the ben­e­fits of an open-air gar­den with­out the in­con­ve­nience of leav­ing the city.

60 min­utes for the Earth

The event was geared to­ward a new­found fo­cus on

cli­mate change.

Recita­tion of pledges

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