December 10, 2019

Ayala North Exchange in Makati: Office, Hotel, and Retail in One Space

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  • The Makati Central Business District welcomes a mixed-use development with its own retail podium–Ayala North Exchange! Located by the intersection of Ayala Avenue and Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, the property is equipped with restaurants, shopping spaces, and services for the convenience of everyone in the area.

    IMAGE  Ayala Land website

    Ayala North Exchange is Ayala Land Inc.’s first property combining three benchmarks of real estate: retail, office, and hotel in one location. For additional accessibility, Ayala North Exchange is connected to Makati’s elevated walkway.

    Seda Residences Makati

    The development features the Seda Residences Makati, the first serviced apartment and the 10th property in the Philippines under the Seda Hotels brand. Seda offers two-bedroom apartments that are ideal for families on a staycation.

    Also read: Serviced Residences Around Legaspi Village for a Worthwhile Staycation

    Two-bedroom Premier Suite’s living room/ IMAGE Seda Residences Makati

    Address: Ayala Avenue Cor. Amorsolo and Salcedo St., Legazpi Village, Makati City
    Contact: 02-7756-9288

    Clock In

    Situated at the 3rd Floor of Ayala North Exchange, Clock In is Ayala Land’s very own flexible workspaces. They offer well-designed business space for private offices, co-working seats, a virtual office, meeting rooms, and event spaces for rent.

    Clock In is easily accessible at the retail area of Aya North Exchange/ IMAGE Clock In website

    Address: 3F Retail Podium, 6796 Ayala Avenue cor. Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City
     02-7798-4400 loc. 4000


    Watami offers distinct flavors of dishes that will surely satisfy your palate such as hotpot, sushi, ramen, sashimi, skewers, rice bowls, salads, and many more! The casual restaurant offers enjoyable Japanese delicacies and a comfortable dining experience.

    Also read: Watami in Ayala North Exchange: A Taste of Exquisite Japanese Specialties

    Pepper Beef Rice in Stone Pot

    Business Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
     (02) 8238-2925


    Open 24/7, Denny’s is home to big hearty meals like their breakfast Slams, good ol’ American food, and even comfort Filipino dishes! As the first Denny’s in Makati CBD, this branch is usually busy—with office workers coming in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

    Also read: Denny’s in Makati: Breakfast Treats at Any Time of the Day

    Just some of the dishes you can enjoy any time of the day at Denny’s!

    Business Hours: Open 24 hours (closed only on Christmas)


    Taiwan’s Premium Milktea is also in Ayala North Exchange offering delightful flavors such as Taro Milk Tea, Natural Brown Sugar Milk Tea, and Strawberry Milk Tea. Each sip is freshly crafted to ensure the best drinking experience using ingredients carefully sourced from Taiwan.

    I’Milky Fresh Milk Selections/ IMAGE I’Milky Philippines


    OWNDAYS, the leading eyewear store in Japan has opened a branch at Ayala North Exchange. From Php 1,990 – Php 6,990 (frame + ultra-thin lens included), you can have fashion-forward and high-quality specs in just 20 minutes!

    Also read: OWNDAYS revolutionizes the Optical Industry

    Owndays store in Ayala North Exchange

    Macao Imperial Tea

    Macao Imperial Tea is not your ordinary milk tea shop. Hailing from the ‘Vegas of China’ – Macau, they are known for their Cream Cheese and Chestnut Cream milk tea variants! Now at Legaspi Village, they keep the milk tea craze ever alive.

    Also read: LIST: The Best Milk Teas in the Metro and Where to Get Them

    Ayala North Exchange also promotes a healthier environment by having bountiful patches of green throughout their outdoor spaces–from their first-floor entrance to their spacious terrace. Even the pillars are decorated with well-maintained plants!

    If you have some business up along Ayala Avenue, be sure to stop by this newest retail and dining destination, Ayala North Exchange.

    How to get here

    • By car: Drive to Buendia exit at Gil Puyat Avenue. Turn right to Ayala Avenue and to Salcedo Street. Here, you will see the parking entrance of Ayala North Exchange.
    • By public transportation: Go down at Ayala MRT Station. Ride a jeepney going to Ayala Avenue and get off at RCBC Plaza. Cross using the underpass, and Ayala North Exchange will be on the right side.


    Address: 6796 Ayala Avenue cor. Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City
    Business Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    Facebook: Shops at Ayala North Exchange

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer magazine’s December 2019 issue.
    Featured image grabbed from
    Sources:,, I’Milky PR

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