UnionBank Plaza is an office skyscraper located in Pasig City, Philippines. It rises 206 metres (676 feet) from ground level to roof, and is currently the tallest complete building in Pasig City, and the 10th-tallest building in the country and Metro Manila as well. The building has 49 levels above ground, and 6 basement levels.
True to its name, the bank serves as the headquarters for Union Bank of the Philippines, the seventh-largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets. Other tenants of UnionBank Plaza include major business process outsourcing companies, like Sykes Enterprises, Branders.com, PCCW, among others. However, the building's main tenant, UnionBank, also maintains some executive offices at the SSS Building in Makati City.
Design and construction
Originally the building is owned and developed by Megaworld Corporation, and was known as the World Finance Plaza, but during construction the project was taken over by Union Properties, Inc., the real estate arm of Union Bank of the Philippines, and was renamed "UnionBank Plaza".
The building is stands along Meralco Avenue, cornered by two smaller streets namely Onyx and Sapphire Streets in Pasig City, Philippines, and is within the Ortigas Center central business district. It is a few blocks away from other major office and residential buildings in the area, as well as large shopping malls like Robinsons Galleria and the high-end The Podium mall. It is also a few meters away from Metrowalk, a well known cluster of bars and restaurants.
The building has a 6-level basement and 7-level aboveground level parking for its tenants and guests, and has a helipad in the rooftop. The building features an executive skylounge at the 47th floor. Other amenities of the building include function rooms, a health club, restaurants, and a spacious food court.