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The QUAD Theaters & shopping arcade with the Glorietta Stage at the front lawn. The stage was served as activity center of Makati Commercial Center. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Retro Pi, Makati City, Commercial Center, Filipiniana, Brutalist

The QUAD at the Makati Commercial Center during the late '70's and early '80's,

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The Peninsula Manila (colloquially Manila Pen/Manila Peninsula), is a hotel in the Philippines. It is located on the corner of Ayala Avenue and Makati Avenue in the central business district of Makati City. Hotels In The Philippines, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippine Architecture, Modern Architecture, Peninsula Hotel, Makati City, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos

The Peninsula Manila (colloquially Manila Pen/Manila Peninsula), is a 5-star hotel in the Philippines. It is located on the corner of Ayala Avenue and Makati Avenue in the central business district of Makati City. Circa 1980

NIELSON AIRPORT Location: Paseo de Roxas St., cor Makati Ave., Ayala Ave., Makati City Philippines Wayback March 20, 1937 *The land of the present day AYALA TRIANGLE GARDENS was once the 42-hectare (100-acre) formerly known NEILSON AIRPORT (manila’s pre-WWII airport) *When the airport was decommissioned in 1948 the site was returned to the ayala's and redeveloped as a commercial district *It was named after its owner and developers Ayala Land and “Opened to the Public” in November 2009 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Makati City, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Urban Park, Air Travel, Old Skool, Present Day

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NIELSON AIRPORT Location: Paseo de Roxas St., cor Makati Ave., Ayala Ave., Makati City Philippines Wayback March 20, 1937 *The land of the present day AYALA TRIANGLE GARDENS was once the 42-hectare (100-acre) formerly known NEILSON AIRPORT (manila’s pre-WWII airport) *When the airport was decommissioned in 1948 the site was returned to the ayala's and redeveloped as a commercial district *It was named after its owner and developers Ayala Land and “Opened to the Public” in November 2009

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Dito, Noon: Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati, 1937 x 2010s. #kasaysayan -- In the middle of Hacienda de San Pedro de Macati of the Zobel de Ayala family, Nielsen Airport was the center of air travel before WWII. The airport was decomission in 1948; and was returned to the Ayalas for development. The runways were converted into roads which now form the Triangle’s boundaries: Ayala Ave (SW), Paseo de Roxas (NE) and Makati Ave (SE) -- and was called Ugarte Field. The area is now an urban park. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Makati City, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Urban Park, Air Travel, Old Skool, Present Day

Ayala Triangle Gardens

Dito, Noon: Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati, 1937 x 2010s. #kasaysayan -- In the middle of Hacienda de San Pedro de Macati of the Zobel de Ayala family, Nielsen Airport was the center of air travel before WWII. The airport was decomission in 1948; and was returned to the Ayalas for development. The runways were converted into roads which now form the Triangle’s boundaries: Ayala Ave (SW), Paseo de Roxas (NE) and Makati Ave (SE) -- and was called Ugarte Field. The area is now an urban park.

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Looking north… Today Ayala Triangle is noted for its skyscrapers. Neilson airport’s runways became Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas. Nielson Airport was Manila’s main airport in 1937 until 1948 War Department. Army Air Forces, US National Archives Makati City, March 20th, National Archives, Under Construction, Historical Photos, Airplane View, Air Force, Triangle, Army

Neilson Airport under construction, now Ayala Triangle, Makati, Manila, Philippines, March 20, 1937

Looking north… Today Ayala Triangle is noted for its skyscrapers. Neilson airport’s runways became Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas. Nielson Airport was Manila’s main airport in 1937 until 1948 War Department. Army Air Forces, US National Archives

Neilson Airport under construction, now Ayala Triangle, Ma… | Flickr Makati City, March 20th, National Archives, Under Construction, Historical Photos, Airplane View, Air Force, Triangle, Army

Neilson Airport under construction, now Ayala Triangle, Makati, Manila, Philippines, March 20, 1937

Looking north… Today Ayala Triangle is noted for its skyscrapers. Neilson airport’s runways became Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas. Nielson Airport was Manila’s main airport in 1937 until 1948 War Department. Army Air Forces, US National Archives