Ore Central

This is the Ore Central as seen from within the Track 30th. The lowest floors of the building have glass walls through which you can see some pillars. The middle part of the building is a concrete section with no windows and above it, an open area with plants. The building has three stacks of inverted L-shaped sections with blue glasses as walls and windows. The lowest L-section extends from the ground, with its bent part on top of the concrete middle part supported by cylindrical pillars. The second L-section extends from the concrete middle part, held by cylindrical pillars, with its bent part on top of the lowest L-section's bent part. The topmost L-shape section is above of the lowest L-section, and its bent part is on top of the second L-section. Want to use this image? Click here

address9th Avenue corner 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634 [View Map]

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Occupies the block enclosed by 8th Ave., Lane Q, 9th Ave., and 31st St., across an open park called Track 30th.

How to commute to Ore Central?

Board a BGC bus stop and disembark at Nutri Asia bus stop, which is at 30th St. cor. 9th Ave. There are two ways you can reach this bus stop:

  • From EDSA-Ayala Terminal, take a North Express Route bus. Nutri Asia is the second bus stop you will encounter after leaving the terminal.
  • From Market Market Terminal, board a Central Route bus. Nutri Asia is the next bus stop.

Upon alighting at Nutri Asia bus stop, you can already see the Ore Center because the only thing between you and this building is an open park called Track 30th. Walk northward along 9th Ave. and turn left to 30th St. to reach the main entrance of Ore Center.

Tenants and occupants of Ore Central

CompanyUnit/FloorPhone Number*
AboitizLand, Inc.23rd floor886 2800
Centre Médicale Internationale2nd floor816 1035
CIMB Bank Philippines Inc.28th floor924 2462

* All contact numbers have area code of +632

Posted on July 27, 2019 under Offices. Last updated on 27 Jul 2019. .

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