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Elizabeth Place

A 36-storey condo found at the City of Makati is the Elizabeth Place. Specifically located at #332 H.V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village, this residential condo is a place strategically prefect as it is within the reach of commercial conveniences. Such example is the nearby Filipino famous food establishments like the Chowking and Dunkin Donuts, plus a short walk to all time favorite Starbucks Coffee. Not only that, the Elizabeth Place is also near to other localities like schools, Mercury Drug store and banks like Metrobank and Unionbank. An array of amenities awaits the residence owners at Elizabeth Place. There are swimming pools exclusively for adults and kids, a well-equipped fitness center, function rooms, activity area for kids and services like Laundromat, parking garage, generator and a security monitoring service to ensure safety of the residents. All these and more amenities they can fully enjoy at Elizabeth Place and where living a comfortable life is a top priority.
 

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Ray Burton Development Corporation

Located in 20 First e-Bank Building in Paseo de Roxas at Salcedo Village, Makati City, Ray Burton Development Corporation was founded on March 13, 1987. It focuses investing in prime real estate areas.

Formerly known as the Ray Burton Group of Companies, it has been thriving and growing since its first property investment in 1951. Separated into two separate firms in 1980, namely the Produces Properties, Incorporated and the Mercantile Investment Company.

Producers Properties has firmly planted itself on non-life insurance four years later. The Mercantile Securities Corporation which was founded in 1979 has become a trusted firm in the Makati Stock Exchange.

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Makati City

The city of Makati is considered the financial center of the Philippines, thanks to the flurry of business activity in the area. The city is known for its developed business district called the Makati Central Business District (CBD). It is bound by the main thoroughfares of EDSA, Gil Puyat Avenue, Arnaiz Avenue and Chino Roces Avenue, and mainly encompasses Legazpi Village, Salcedo Village, the Ayala Center, and parts of Bel-Air Village.

It has the highest concentration of multinational and local corporations in the country, with major banks, corporations, department stores as well as foreign embassies making Makati as its home base. The biggest trading floor of the Philippine Stock Exchange is also located along the city’s famed Ayala Avenue. Makati also has over 62,000 registered business enterprises, which are engaged in financial services, wholesale/retail, services, real estate, export/import, and manufacturing as of end-2012. Makati also has  the highest number of BPO offices in Metro Manila at 1,159 companies to date, as well as the highest number of PEZA-accredited IT Parks and Buildings.

Ayala Center and Rockwell Center in Makati are both major commercial developments. Both are known individually as vast walkable complexes for its wide array of shopping, entertainment and cultural offerings. The shopping malls that are located at the Ayala Center include Greenbelt, Glorietta, Park Square, and The Link. The Ayala Center is also home to 3 department stores namely, SM Makati, Rustan's, and The Landmark. Rockwell Center is home to the Power Plant Mall.

The Salcedo Saturday Market and Legazpi Sunday Market are popular open-air community markets, attracting visitors and locals. These markets offers organic products, specialty foods, fruits, vegetables, fish, gourmet items and antiques.

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