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Rockwell Center

Rockwell Center
Rockwell Center[1]

The Rockwell Center is an upscale mixed-use 15.5-hectare project in Makati City, Philippines. It is a project of the Rockwell Land Corporation (established 1995), which is owned by the influential Lopez family. It sits on the site of a former thermal plant, closed in 1994, which was operated by Lopez-owned MERALCO (the project is named for James Chapman Rockwell, the first president of MERALCO). Construction began in 1998. Its centerpiece Power Plant Mall opened in December 2000.[1]

Features of the Rockwell Center include high-rise office buildings, condominiums, a school, and a shopping mall. Among the plans for the area is the Lopez Centre, proposed to have a height of over 1000 feet, which would make it the country's tallest building.[1]

Rockwell Center is equipped with its own generator and obtains 70% of its water from a deep well. The remaining water needs is supplied by Manila Water.

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