The elegant S-shaped Mega Tower is a 50-story office building located along EDSA just beside SM Megamall’s Mega Fashion Hall.

Elegance and innovation in green architecture are at the forefront as SM Prime Holdings Inc. launches the Mega Tower, the latest addition to the growing development of the SM Megamall complex.

The 50-storey office building, SM Prime’s tallest skyscraper, is strategically located just beside EDSA and will serve as a gateway to the bustling Ortigas Central Business District.

The Mega Tower’s innovative design and elegant S-shape silhouette represent Growth and Sustainable Development that serves as a stepping stone for the evolution and betterment of green architecture in the Philippines. The Mega Tower is registered with the certification goal of LEED Gold.

The Mega Tower welcomes its guests and employees with interior design that adds up to the building’s stunning visuals.

Designed for the future of work, the Mega Tower offers unparalleled access, safety, flexibility, and sustainability to its tenants. Its main entrance lobby is formed by elevating the tower from above the drop-off, making for a grand arrival space. The tower has a center core with three fire exits for efficient density planning of the usable area of its locators. Its typical floor plate of over 2,700-square meters is suited for different industries with a 360-degree curtain wall for natural lighting and unobstructed city view.

The tower’s ground floor will offer a diverse mix of cafes and restaurants expected to enhance the experience and comfort of Mega Tower clients. The lobby has a direct link to Mega Fashion Hall where tenants can enjoy global and local retail, food and beverage, and other services.

Aside from being conveniently located at a major thoroughfare along EDSA with the proximity to two MRT stations, the building will have a Public Terminal Interchange which will primarily cater to commuters riding PUVs or shuttle vans. Five percent of the parking slots of Mega Tower are dedicated to energy-conserving vehicles.

Source: The Manila Times