Gold, green unite in Zuellig building

Date: 1 July 2011
Gold and green don’t normally go together often. But on rare occasions when these two shades unite, the results often induce a positive thought, like Christmas, for example.

Such combination can be found in a structure rising in the heart of the Makati central business district which is set to change the country’s landscape.

The Zuellig building is more than just a green building in the making — it’s also the first commercial office building in Makati City to receive the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold-level certification from the US Green Building Council.

The 33-storey office tower is primed to become Metro Manila’s premier business address upon its completion in the first quarter of 2012.

Boasting of a total rentable area of 62,800 square meters – of which 59,900 sq m is prime-grade office space in the tower and 2,900 sq m in the retail pavilion, -- the Zuellig building will bring together nature and world-class design in harmony.

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