|Address:||8747 Paseo De Roxas, Makati City 1226 [View Map]|
|Contact number:||(+632) 8818-1982|
|Building height:||78 meters|
|Number of floors:||20|
The Lepanto Building is a high-rise office building located in Makati City. It was initially designed to serve as the Philippine headquarters for the Bank of America and the Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company.
Designed by the distinguished architect Gabriel Formoso in the international style, Lepanto has a shape you can describe as a thin cuboid or rectangular prism slapped in front of a bigger rectangular prism. The smaller cuboid in front has a beige color and horizontal recesses where glass windows can be found, with the recesses on top shaped like semi-oblongs. The front of the bigger cuboid that is not covered by the smaller one has dark brown color with two columns of glass panels.
The building stands across Ayala Triangle Park on the Paseo De Roxas side, midway between Sedeño and Villar streets. It is within walking distance from Ayala Avenue, where jeepneys and buses traverse. Parking space is also available through its Valero entrance for those bringing their own vehicle.
Posted on February 8, 2018 under Offices. Last updated on 26 May 2023. .