KPMG Center

The KPMG Center is made mostly of a white concrete structure. Its two lowest floors are recessed with four Greek-like columns in front of them that extends from the ground to the next higher level. The stories above the Greek columns have matrices of rectangular glass windows. The top of the building has a triangular concrete structure akin to a roof. Want to use this image? Click here

address6787 Ayala Avenue, Makati City 1226 [View Map]

telephone numberno info

Along the northwest-bound side of Ayala Ave. midway between Paseo De Roxas and V.A. Rufino St.

How to commute to KPMG Center?

  1. Board a bus, jeepney, or UV Express that passes through Ayala Avenue.
  2. Deboard on the segment of Ayala Avenue between Paseo De Roxas and V.A. Rufino; this is an unloading zone.
    • If you’re coming from EDSA, the driver or the conductor may allow you to disembark in front of the KPMG Center, or within short walking distance.
    • If you’re coming from Taft or Gil Puyat Ave., you will see the KPMG Center on the other side of Ayala. Walk towards either Paseo De Roxas or V.A. Rufino St. and use the pedestrian underpass to cross to the other side. Then, walk towards KPMG Center.

Tenants and occupants of KPMG Center

CompanyUnit/FloorPhone Number*
HARI Foundation, Inc.12th floor8813 6788
KPMG Philippines9th floor8885 7000
Luxure Properties and Development Corp.10th floor8813 6788

* All contact numbers have area code of +632

Posted on June 7, 2020 under Offices. Last updated on 07 Jun 2020. .

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