Rufino Pacific Tower or more commonly known as Rufino Tower or Rufino Plaza is an office skyscraper and is one of the tallest in the Philippines. It remains as the tallest steel-framed building in the country. It has a ground to architectural top height of 161 metres (528.22 feet), which is the basis of measuring tall buildings. Counting its 8-storey radio tower, the building has a total height of 200 metres (656.17 feet). It has a total of 41 stories above ground level, including a 10 storey podium which is actually the original building, the old V.A. Rufino Building, and was modified to be The Podium of the new tower.
The building is located at 6784 Ayala Avenue corner V.A. Rufino Street in Makati City. The stretch of Ayala Avenue, aptly nicknamed the Wall Street of the Philippines, where Rufino Pacific Tower lies also has branches of Metrobank, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Equitable PCI Bank, Export and Industry Bank, International Exchange Bank, and East West Bank.