6780 Ayala Avenue

The 6780 Ayala Avenue, also known as Jaka Building, has a simple cube-like design. In most floors, a grid of white material, possibly concrete or steel, surrounds panels of blue-green glass windows. A row of brown tiles separate the third and the fourth floor, but this division is not in between the other levels. The ground floor has pillars covered with similar brown tiles with its actual wall recessed a little bit from the front walls of other stories. The main entrance has concrete ceiling protrusion, providing cover to the part of the sidewalk in front of it. Want to use this image? Click here

address6780 Ayala Avenue, Legaspi VIllage, Makati City 1226 [View Map]

telephone number(+632)810-1703

Along the southbound side of Ayala Avenue midway between V.A. Rufino St. and Paseo De Roxas.

How to commute to 6780 Ayala Avenue?

Ride a PUV that will pass through Ayala Avenue. Alight on the unloading zone between Paseo De Roxas and V.A. Rufino streets, where the driver or conductor will usually announce “Paseo” or “PBCom“.

Coming from Gil Puyat or Taft Avenue, you can request the driver to drop you right in front of the 6780 Ayala Avenue building. Even if they refuse due to some regulation, e.g., designated bus and jeepney unloading zones, 6780 Ayala Avenue will still be along the same sidewalk and within convenient walking distance.

If you’re coming from EDSA, 6780 Ayala Avenue will be on the other side when you disembark. Walk towards the pedestrian underpass at either V.A. Rufino or Paseo De Roxas, whichever is closer to you. Then, cross to the other side of Ayala Avenue and walk towards 6780 Ayala Avenue building.

Tenants and occupants of 6780 Ayala Avenue

CompanyUnit/FloorPhone Number*
Adish International12th floor804 1210
Emapta Offshore Staffing7th floorno info
SoftwareOne Philippines Corp.11th floor773 3131
TrueLogic Online SolutionsPenthouse 2856 3786
TS Tech Business Services6th floor771 2221

* All contact numbers have area code of +632

Posted on October 19, 2019 under Offices. Last updated on 19 Oct 2019. .

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